Accepting An Offer

Accepting An Offer

Your real estate agent is a seasoned negotiator who can save you time and money.
Look at More Than Price: Contrary to popular belief, the highest price offer may not be the best offer to accept, after all things are considered. We will help you sift through the terms and conditions of the offer(s) received to help you create a transaction that best suits your needs. We will run a net sheet for you on each offer on your home so you will know what your “walk away” amount it.

Dealing Objectively and Fairly: Selling your home requires remaining objective and always negotiating in good faith. Your agent will help you negotiate contractual terms that are beneficial to you and fair to the other party.

The Deposit: Once there is a ratified offer, the buyer will deposit an agreed upon good faith deposit into an escrow account, reflecting their earnest intention to purchase your property.

Keep Everything in Writing: Convert verbal agreements to a commitment in writing signed by both parties to clarify everyone�s intentions and prevent things from being ambiguous, forgotten, or contradicted later. Your agent will help you draft addendums to your contract to further your objectives.

Stay on Track: Real estate contracts provide deadlines for both buyer and seller. Staying on schedule ensures a timely and successful close of the transaction, or close of escrow. Upon acceptance of an offer, your agent will give you a copy of the timeline we will be using to track the transaction, so you will always know what is next.

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