Once you find out what is the seller need and the number of offers you should build an offer that match the seller requirement increasing your chance to get the offer accepted.
But make sure you do not make an offer you live to regret. Like an offer that is a lot higher then the market value.
Let me know what you think,
Best of luck to you.
REALTORÂ® | Mortgage Broker
Keller Williams Realty | 360 Lending Group
Don't pay above market value, but the answer is, "How much is that home worth to you?" You've had it inspected and know what you need to spend after you buy it, I assume.
Do you have reason to believe the other offers could be higher than yours? If you raise your offer and find out later the others were offering less, ask yourself how that would make you feel.
If you have experience looking at homes in the area and feel this is the one, and you'll be sorry if you miss out, go to as high a price as you feel comfortable with. Then, if you don't get the home, you'll know you didn't pay too much. And if you do get it, you'll be proud of your decisions, and your home!
Coldwell Banker Pacesetter Steel Realtors
Corpus Christi, TX
Your real estate agent should be able to provide you comparable sales for the property you are making an offer. You have to decide how much you want this home and how much you are willing to pay. Youâ€™re buying decision of how much to offer can be based on how long you intend to own the home. You can afford to offer a higher price when you are planning on keeping the home for a longer time that will allow for appreciation.
Prudential California Realty
Have your realtor run the comps and see what the property is worth. Being a cash buyer you might be able to get some discount to market value. Although with multiple bidders you may have to pay markey value.