real estate negotiations: When to Walk Away From a Deal - 09/05/17 09:47 AM
As a real estate agent, your job is to look after your client’s interests. That means explaining the pros and cons of every potential deal, including offering your own opinion. This is especially important when you believe a client is at risk of making a bad purchase.
Here are some situations when it may be appropriate to strongly advise a client to ditch a deal.
Seller demands an appraisal clause
If the listing agent demands that the buyer commit to the purchase even if the appraisal comes in below the sales price, that’s trouble. A bank will usually only offer a loan to cover … (0 comments)

 
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