Receive and Negotiate Offers
So you listed your property for sale and finally received an offer? Great! That means someone is interested in your property and perhaps an agreement can be made. When an offer is made, you have 3 options: refuse the offer, accept the offer, or make adjustments to the price and terms of the offer and submit it back to the buyer (also called a counter-offer). There are times when the offer is rejected altogether. There are times when counter-offers can go back and forth between buyer and seller until both parties reach an agreement. There are also times when the offer is acceptable to the seller and an agreement is reached with ease.
With the assistance of your Carlos German And Team Advisor, you will need to carefully review offers, negotiate prices and terms, consider options in the market, and decide whether an offer is acceptable. Once you and the buyer have agreed upon an offer, your Advisor will begin working closely with legal counsel, tax specialists, and inspectors to help you take the necessary steps to closing on your property as quickly and easily as possible.
Get a top-notch negotiator on your side and make sure you get the best price and terms during contract negotiations. Don’t leave money on the table, and make sure there aren’t any crazy requests or contingencies by the buyer that may allow them to get out of the contract later on. For more information, complete the form below or call us at 407-910-2553 or 1800-383-8455. We are ready to help you with your real estate needs!
This page is part of a series of pages that will educate you and help you understand the real estate home selling process.