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There is reassurance in knowing that someone else wants to make an offer on a property. “If no one else is interested, buyers don’t know at what level to make an offer — and so they often wait for someone else to make an offer to ascertain the ‘market value’,” says Christian Warman, a director of Tedworth Property, an estate agency. “It is not uncommon for a property to sell for more than it might have done if two buyers like it.”