gazunder


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gazunder

(ɡəˈzʌndə)
vb
(Commerce) to reduce an offer on a property immediately before exchanging contracts, having previously agreed a higher price with (the seller)
n
(Commerce) an act or instance of gazundering
[C20: modelled on gazump]
gaˈzunderer n

gazunder


Past participle: gazundered
Gerund: gazundering

Imperative
gazunder
gazunder
Present
I gazunder
you gazunder
he/she/it gazunders
we gazunder
you gazunder
they gazunder
Preterite
I gazundered
you gazundered
he/she/it gazundered
we gazundered
you gazundered
they gazundered
Present Continuous
I am gazundering
you are gazundering
he/she/it is gazundering
we are gazundering
you are gazundering
they are gazundering
Present Perfect
I have gazundered
you have gazundered
he/she/it has gazundered
we have gazundered
you have gazundered
they have gazundered
Past Continuous
I was gazundering
you were gazundering
he/she/it was gazundering
we were gazundering
you were gazundering
they were gazundering
Past Perfect
I had gazundered
you had gazundered
he/she/it had gazundered
we had gazundered
you had gazundered
they had gazundered
Future
I will gazunder
you will gazunder
he/she/it will gazunder
we will gazunder
you will gazunder
they will gazunder
Future Perfect
I will have gazundered
you will have gazundered
he/she/it will have gazundered
we will have gazundered
you will have gazundered
they will have gazundered
Future Continuous
I will be gazundering
you will be gazundering
he/she/it will be gazundering
we will be gazundering
you will be gazundering
they will be gazundering
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been gazundering
you have been gazundering
he/she/it has been gazundering
we have been gazundering
you have been gazundering
they have been gazundering
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been gazundering
you will have been gazundering
he/she/it will have been gazundering
we will have been gazundering
you will have been gazundering
they will have been gazundering
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been gazundering
you had been gazundering
he/she/it had been gazundering
we had been gazundering
you had been gazundering
they had been gazundering
Conditional
I would gazunder
you would gazunder
he/she/it would gazunder
we would gazunder
you would gazunder
they would gazunder
Past Conditional
I would have gazundered
you would have gazundered
he/she/it would have gazundered
we would have gazundered
you would have gazundered
they would have gazundered
Translations

gazunder

[gəˈzʌndəʳ] (Brit)
A. VT [+ person] → ofrecer un precio más bajo de lo antes convenido a
we were gazunderednos ofrecieron menos de lo antes convenido
B. VIofrecer un precio más bajo de lo antes convenido
C. N bajada del precio de una casa tras haber sido apalabrado
References in periodicals archive ?
Was the old lady in an institution, and was that a gazunder poking out from under the bed?
"Unless you used a gazunder." That opened up a whole now area of speculation about private functions.
Bidders who try to gazunder lower the sum they have offered on a property shortly before the sales contract is to be exchanged.
A bidder who tries to gazunder lowers the sum offered on a property before the sales contract has been exchanged, in the belief that the vendor is so desperate to sell they will accept.
There is a greater chance that a buyer will pull out or try to gazunder if the exchange of contracts is delayed.
The longer the delay from offer to exchange the greater the chance the buyer will gazunder. Consider getting an Enhanced HIP, also known as an Exchange Ready Pack.
A third of people said they would gazunder if their buyer reduced their offer, and 29% said they would attempt to pay less if house prices fell between the time when they made an offer and exchanged contracts.
Couldn't this process encourage unscrupulous buyers to "gazunder" already desperate sellers?
The problem is if you are gazundered, you then have less money to spend on the place you want and so the temptation is to gazunder too.
Almost one in 10 sellers reported being gazundered.