1. DearCustomer can you clarify what you mean by accepting your price? Have there been written contracts exchanged? Was there any correspondence? Was this correspondence without prejudice? Was it a purely oral acceptance of your price by an estate agent?
2. DearCustomer this is perfectly acceptable behaviour by the vendor. Until such times as there is a signed contract a vendor is free to seek out alternative bids and to seek the sell the property where-ever they may get the best price. It is not sufficient to merely make an offer on a property. You need to get a written contract signed before the deal becomes binding. Then the conveyance has to take place in order that the deal becomes final.
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