You can ask the seller to pay for your closing cost in your offer. The seller would respond back with acceptance, counter you back, or possibly not accept paying your closing cost. It wouldn't hurt to ask the seller to pay for it. They can say yes or no to your offer. If that doesn't work another option you might want to consider is to increase the amount your offer amount to cover closing costs.... more
I may soon need someone to do just that for me. I have some heatlh problems that prevent me from doing some of the type cleaning needed for move out. Do you have a FB page or email. do you have a website?
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This could increase the inventory therefore increase the competition. However there are also some very good interest rates still available and Huntsville is growing in all sorts of areas. If you are interested in making a purchase, what an opportunity of a life time for you! I would love to help you, you could give me a call at 256-226-5062... more
Thanks Joseph! And I could have said much more, actually I am surprised you didn't get more answers. I didn't have much time yesterday but I think that consumers really want their agent to put themselves in Their Shoes...the buyer's shoes. Empathy goes a long way....hmmmm that's a good blog title....;) Anyway, I really do put myself in the place of my buyer, if they are an investor then I think like an investor. If they are a First Time Buyer that can barely come up with the down payment then I think like that client, and write their offers accordingly. In the end buyers want to get their offers accepted at a fair price and terms!!!... more