under offer

under offer

Of a house or building, having an agreement in place for someone to buy the property. Primarily heard in UK. The famous marketplace is under offer, but the buyer wishes to remain anonymous for the time being. With more than a dozen properties under offer, we are becoming one of the most sought after industrial units in the whole of North London.
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under ˈoffer

(British English) if a house or building is under offer, somebody has agreed to buy it at a particular price: They’ve already sold two of their properties, and the third is currently under offer.
See also: offer