These are the 5 ways to get your house buying offer accepted.
1. Be nice: While money is important, buyers should also be likable and avoid making negative comments about the house or discussing their renovation plans in front of the seller, keeping in mind that sellers have an emotional connection to the property. "Don't tell someone how bad, ugly, stupid, et cetera, their house is and then try to buy it. That doesn't work."
2. Be amiable: Buyers also should avoid making unreasonable demands, such as super-quick closing dates, and they should avoid lowball offers that could be perceived as an insult or offers that are too high and difficult for them to afford.
3. Be calm: Visiting the listing too often and for long periods of time also will annoy sellers. 4. Be rational: Buyers should avoid waiving the home inspection or appraisal contingency simply to get their offer approved, as they will regret such a move later on if a leaky roof or mold is discovered or they learn that they overpaid for the house.
5. Call Philip Crocker:
"I help people create a road map to purchase the home that's just right for them, their new dream home."
About Colleen K. Cotter - mySanDiegoAgent Realty Group
The mySanDiegoAgent Realty Group provides professional real estate consultation in the areas of residential, income properties, luxury rentals, short sales, first time home Buyers, real estate for senior citizens, real estate issues related to divorce, military and corporate relocation. We are experts in downtown San Diego and coastal properties especially Coronado, Encinitas and Point Loma, downtown lofts and condos, urban planning and sports team seasonal placements.
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