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
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Present Continuous
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Present Perfect
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Past Continuous
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Future Continuous
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Present Perfect Continuous
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Future Perfect Continuous
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Past Perfect Continuous
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Conditional
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Past Conditional
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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 ?
But the move would also stop a buyer gazundering, by later lowering their offer on an agreed sale price.
Financial penalties for sellers who opt for a better offer, or buyers who ruthlessly drop their price at the last minute, will reduce gazumping and gazundering as these practices are known.
Any hiccough after the acceptance of an offer can lead to the prospective purchaser gazundering [to use a technical term
The dreaded gazumping or gazundering is totally avoided, thus guaranteeing peace of mind for both buyers and sellers.
A For those who don't know, gazundering is the opposite of gazumping.
Sam Williams, associate sales director for Taylor Wimpey North West, said: "After gazumping and gazundering, house hunters now have a new issue to deal with, the risk of being gazanged.
No property chain You are free of the nightmarish property chain and all that gazumping and gazundering.
I've heard people talking about gazundering - what is this and could I be vulnerable?
You can view the Society's guidelines and find more info on gazundering and gazumping by logging on to lawscot.
The longer it takes to reach exchange of contracts, the higher the chances of the deal collapsing or gazundering -the buyer dropping their price -so keep in weekly contact with your solicitor and agent.
And widespread gazumping and gazundering would thankfully become a thing of the past.
There is certainty, speed and transparency which both sellers and buyers seem to like because there's no re-negotiation, no fallthroughs and no gazumping or gazundering.