Good Luck! I hope you get this property.
The Keyes Company
A better plan is to come up with the most reasonable offer you feel is fair for both parties. A Realtor is the one to help you determine that amount using one of the many different tools in his/her arsenal.
If the Buyer's Agent knows something; they should never share it,
and if the Buyer's Agent is just guessing, they shouldn't put themselves in a corner by speculating.
You, the Buyer, should be cogitating on the MAX you will be willing to spend.
There is a very old saying:
In order for there to be a good sale; the Seller would have been willing to take less, and the Buyer would have been willing to spend more.
Terms and conditions may compel the owner to alter this amount.
The 'bottom' number would and should NEVER be shared.
For example, "What is the Top Dollar you would pay?"
No one likes bidding against themselves.
Best of success.
Contact me for additional information and to arrange a showing of this unit and others, so you can compare. We would then review recent sales to determine a fair price to offer the seller. This property has been on the market for 94 days.
Give me a call and we can discuss what the comparable units have been selling for.
We can then go there and take a look at the property and submit an offer to purchase. You never know until you try.