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How would you naturally phrase the following?



1 I know you don’t want to sell but I’m willing to give you 50k more than asking price.


2 The house was 15K under/below her budget and it really suited her/corresponds to her so she placed /put in an offer.


3 What social class can afford such a house? It’s not cheap enough that just anyone could afford it but not expensive enough that a wealthy person would want to buy it. (How would you phrase both these sentences?)

4 There is too much renovation in this house. I want a house that I can live in right away. (How would you phrase the first sentence: “too much renovation”?)

5 The instruction workers closed/blocked off the site.

thank you

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