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One Offer Received

If you have a single offer on your home, you can:

  • Accept the offer
  • Reject the offer
  • Counter the offer

In our experience, the most common choice is to counter the offer, assuming the buyer came in below the listing price. However, this is very situational. Once an offer is received, we will be weighing the following factors to help inform our decision:

  • Price
  • Closing date
  • Financing & down payment
  • Earnest money
  • Closing cost credits
  • Home warranty
  • Tax proration
  • Additional contingencies (i.e. a home sale contingency)

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