Do you hate to bargain? Most Americans do, but refusing to negotiate can leave you owning your house months after you put up a "for sale" sign. The best intentioned buyer will offer you less than your asking price, so no matter how low the offer make a counter-offer. You have nothing to lose!
The following links take you to our most useful negotiating tips. They should help you get the best price and the best terms for your home.
Basic Negotiating. Americans are conditioned to pay the posted price for everything from apples to televisions, but we bargain when it gets to things that really matter: our automobiles and our homes. More on this topic...
The Offer to Purchase.This is the sales contract that Buyers who have real estate agents will present. You can:
Accept the offer by signing it without changes.
Make a counter-offer by crossing out any of the terms and writing in your own. For instance, you might cross out the offered price and write in a higher number.
Present the potential buyer with an entirely new sales contract with your own terms and price.
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Real estate forms and contracts to sell or buy a home in your state. All forms are available in Microsoft Word format for Windows. Most state forms are also available for the Apple Mac, and in PDF format for the free Acrobat Reader.
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