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Jenny May, Urban Sales Associate
If it's a short sale, preforclosure that is now under contract, the sellers probably don't want to be bothered with showing it for a "backup" offer.
If it's bank owned, they may not allow showings after there is a contract. Also on bank owned it may sell well above the asking price because they are generally underpriced to create a bidding war.
If it's a traditional sale where an owner actually has equity (rare in this market) then they may consider a "backup" offer.
If this is "off the market" for another reason besides being under contract that it could be possible for you to see it and make an offer. Find a Realtor to assist you and they can do the homework and get you in to see it and others that may be just as good or better for your criteria.
Hope this helps.