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Agent, Source 1 Real Estate, Mineral Wells, TX
It's OK to make what you consider you "best" offer - something that if it's accepted you can live with. In a negotiation, it's often a win if neither party walks away over the top happy. I one side is over the top happy, that probably means the other side is very unhappy. In this case, you can make the best offer you feel you can be satisfied with, and if it's accepted then that's all good. If not, don't go out of your comfort zone to win the bid on the house.
Thanks for your question, and quite unfortunate that another offer has come in for you to
Work closely with your Agent with who you put the offer through, hopefully you
did not work with the listing agent. Understand the market, the neighborhood and home fast or high
similar homes are selling for, and then sweeten your bid.
Call your agent fast before the buyer makes up his mind, check if the seller will counter
and go from there.
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