Estate agents are refusing to sell flats on a housing estate where residents are involved in a battle against eviction.
The boycott by agents is the latest twist in a dispute between landlord and tenants on the Butterfields estate in Walthamstow, east London.
More than 60 homes were sold by housing charity Glasspool to a property firm earlier this year.
Many of the tenants are low income families who fear being made homeless after their new landlord, Butterfields E17 Ltd, threatened legal action to evict them.
The estate is on the edge of the desirable 'Walthamstow Village'. The two-bedroom flats sell for around £350,000.
Half a dozen estate agents are now refusing to market the flats after being contacted by the tenants' action group.
ITV News visited the luxury home in Chigwell, Essex, said to be the registered address of Butterfields E17 Ltd but was told the directors were not available.