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Seller's Guide​ | Accepting An Offer

Accept The Right Offer

An offer of more money isn’t automatically the best offer. There is more to accepting an offer than the price, and the first offer you get usually will not be the final offer you receive. Many different terms and conditions can change the final price on an offer. Our qualified agents will help you examine every proposal to make sure you choose the one that works best for you and your situation.

Negotiate The Right Way

We are committed to ensuring that the process of negotiating an offer is ethical and fair, and results in the best-case scenario for everyone involved. Sometimes you may have to consider multiple offers before accepting the one that is right for you. We believe it is critical to give you a thorough and objective assessment of each offer you receive. This ensures you choose your offer wisely and correctly.

Finalize The Agreement And Deposit

Each state has different laws, but an Agreement is a legal arrangement between the Buyer and Seller of a property.  Some states require a consideration in order for the agreement to be legally binding. This consideration is a monetary deposit to be held in the closing agent’s escrow pending the fulfillment of conditions, or the contingencies in the Agreement.

Document Your Agreement

If a verbal agreement is made, write down all conditions and have both parties sign and date the document. This could save you a lot of time and energy in the long run.

Stay On Schedule

Closing a real estate contract requires specific steps in a specific order.  We keep you informed about scheduled times to move the procedure along as quickly and efficiently as possible, and to keep you from unintentionally being in breach of your agreements.  You can count on us to keep you updated at each stage of the process.