It’s common for buyers to make a low offer, even if your home is priced fairly. Some may play the “low-ball game” and present a bid that is much lower than your asking price. However, if you work with a reputable real estate office, all offers will be in writing and accompanied by a check, allowing for a business-like approach without panic.
When selling your home, be prepared for potential buyers to offer a lower price than what you’re asking for, even if your price is fair. Some buyers may use a tactic of making a low-ball offer to see if they can get a better deal. If you’re selling the home yourself, you may feel anxious and be tempted to accept a lower offer. However, it’s important to remain calm and take a business-like approach.
At our office, we require every offer to be in writing and accompanied by a check. This ensures that the buyer is serious and committed to the offer. We don’t operate on verbal agreements, as they can lead to misunderstandings and confusion. By taking a professional approach to selling your home, you can avoid panic and make informed decisions that align with your goals.