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In a recent Blog Post: "Did You Really Expect a Counter Offer?" I received many responses from agents who felt the sellers should have counter offered rather than rejecting the messy, incomplete, low ball offer. In that case the purchase contract came in: $100,000 below asking price o...
While teaching a class on purchase contract negotiations, I used an example of a home seller who rejected an offer. The buyer's agent was upset that they didn't counter. It was an appropriately priced home, that showed well. The buyer sent in an offer for $100,000 less than the asking p...
When negotiating a purchase contract for a home, it is important to put things in perspective. Too often buyers and sellers reach minor impasses and lose the transaction. "So Mr. Seller, are you really willing to risk a $650,000 buyer over a $300.00 cleaning fee?" My question for ...
Thank you Tim for posting a link to this YouTube video. I think it is best to leave out personal opinions and let the experts speak for themselves.I've seen printed in financial prospectuses that past performance is not necessarily indicative of future performance. Let's hope so.