Apart from my thumb throbbing this morning -- I have iPhone thumb from pushing my home button too much, if you can believe that; it is really sore -- the other nagging pain is the fact our purchase contracts tuck data on page 4 that should be on the front page. That data is whether the buyer will occupy the home as a resident or will be a non-owner occupant, which is most likely an investor.
Whether the buyer is an investor or a person who will move into the house can make a big difference to sellers in buyer's markets. I discussed this yesterday with a team member who wrote an offer in a situation that involved 3 successor trustees. Most likely these people are related to the deceased. As such, there could be emotions involved, and I suggested ways my team member could promote her offer to these sellers.
You can read more in my personal blog today at this link: The Advantages of Owner Occupant Buyers vs Investors.