Why are you working with 2 agents? I'm sure there's going to be duplication of efforts. You should select the agent that you feel most comfortable with and feel is most competent and have them represent you. Only one agent is going to be able to present an offer on your behalf. The agent presenting the offer will be the agent who gets paid. Unless of course if you've already signed a buyer agency agreement with either of them and then you could be responsible for payment of that agent's commission.... more
Yes and no.
No. They're not listed here that way. (There are lots and lots of threads on that question. See, for instance, http://www.trulia.com/voices/Using_Trulia/can_trulia_help_me_find_rent_to_own_homes_-335605
Yes. Some of the homes listed here for sale are possible rent-to-own homes. Similarly, some of the rentals are. But you (or your agent) have to make it happen. You have to make that proposal to the seller or the landlord.
Here's a link to a blog I wrote on how to find rent-to-own properties: http://bit.ly/findaleaseoption
Hope that helps.... more
Accepts in what way? Once the seller signs and the buyers sign the seller can't sign a different buyers offer. There are always lots of T's and I's to dot and cross on offers. Once all have been signed by both parties the seller is considered under contract and they can't accept other offers.... more
If this is a standard sale there is a Multiple Counter offer section ON the CA Counter offer form.
OR you can choose what your seller deems to be the highest & best offer & just counter that buyer & tell the other people offering that you're countering 1 offer right now, but will hold the others as a back up & that you'll have a more solid answer for them in a few days.
Realtor Since 1996... more