When selling your house, there are few things more exciting than receiving an offer. That means someone is interested in your property and has prepared a formal offer to buy it.
What is an offer, exactly?
It’s simply a legal document that shows the price the buyer is proposing to pay and will include other details, such as the requested closing date, etc. It may also include one or more conditions, such as a property inspection or financing.
Ideally, you want to sell your house to that buyer for the highest price possible. You’ll also want to make sure there are no potential problems that might prevent the deal from closing – such as the buyer being unable to arrange financing.
We realize this may sound complicated.. As your real estate partner, we’ll help you with this. For example, we will:
- Review the offer with you and explain the terms to you.
- We’ll Give you our assessment as to the quality of the offer. If there are things that concern us, we’ll point them out to you.
- We’ll make suggestions on whether to accept, reject, or make a counter-offer.
- Prepare a counter-offer, if necessary, that gets you a better deal, while minimizing the risk of the sale slipping through your fingers.
- Prepare all the necessary documents, and work closely with the buyer and his or her agent, to make sure the transaction goes through smoothly.
- Communicate with you throughout the entire process.
Want to discuss how much you may be able to get for your house? Please submit the form below or call or email us for a no-obligation Personal Consultation.