Imagine you have been living in your home for over 20 years and if the walls could talk…boy you could only imagine what they would say. You started your family there and now all of a sudden your are empty nesters. Who have finally decided to downsize to something more manageable. You along with your trusted real estate agent prepared to list your home to hit the market and you are excited but also nerves.
Your home is active on the market and there is several showings the first couple of days and on day three there is an offer. You can’t believe it, but then you really can’t believe it. Your agent has submitted to you an offer that is $10,000 less than listing price and you are in shock. DON’T PANIC!! Below are 5 questions that you need to ask before you decline the offer.
- Is It Really Low-Ball, or Just Lower Than You Wanted?
- Should You Immediately Reject a Low-Ball Bid?
- Is Your Price Too High?
- What Do You Really Need?
- Will You Look Too Desperate?
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