Many times we are asked this question from our Clients...Is This The Best Offer?
The highest price does not necessarily mean it's the best offer.
- The best offer may be an offer where the buyer has nothing to sell and can move quickly.
- The best offer may be a cash offer so no waiting time for a mortgage commitment.
- The best offer may be from someone that you know will take care of your house the way you did and keep the neighborhood values strong.
The best offer may be terms and conditions that are more favorable to you.
- The best offer may be the buyer who will wait until you find another place to move.
This Long Island Real Estate Seller Tip is courtesy of Lawrence "Larry" and Sheila Agranoff, Licensed Broker Assoiciate and Licensed Salesperson, helping Buyers and Sellers on The North Shore Of Long Island.
The Long Island Top Team @ CharlesRutenberg Realty
Long Island Seller Asks: Is This The Best Offer We Are Going To Get?
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