To be sure that all buyers are informed, it is best to call them. Hope this helps.
Deborah H. Francis, GRI, ABR, ePRO, GREEN, SFR, Fine Homes Specialist, CRS Candidate
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A buyer has to decide how important getting the home is to them, and what they are comfortable offering. Our job as agents is to just advise. None of us have a crystal ball to know the other offers or what their terms are.
At the end of the day, if you have offered your best that you can and you don't get this one, don't give up. Sometimes it comes back up after due diligence, but keep in mind while you are waiting to keep looking as there are still lots of homes available.
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Give it your best - try to make the offer as strong as possible as far as terms are considered, as it's not always the highest price that wins.
Once you have given the best offer you can.......then if you don't get the house, you will know you tried your best, and have no regrets...........the, you move onto the next one.
Usually, the agent will contact each prospective buyer (or agent) and tell them there are multiple offers, give them a deadline to amend their offer to their "highest and best". It will still be up to the seller to decide which is best for them,but "highest & best" usually gets higher offers for the seller.