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I'd spread the word to use actual real estate professionals' sites rather than ones where the correctness of the data is not as important as gathering and selling your name and email to the highest bidders.
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In your question, you appear to be an unwilling buyer and the owner an unwilling seller.
Noting new there.
If you turn out to be the ONLY buyer interested in the property, then YOU only dictate how long the home will remain FOR SALE. Too often there is more than one buyer with interest. The skills of the professional involved will be required to get the seller and buyer to agree.
The passage of time is often the secret sauce that compels an agreement. Let see what happens.
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not quite sure what your question is but the owner and/or his agent/broker can ask whatever they want for the property. Sometimes sellers want to net a specific number and thus may be one of the reasons for rejecting lower offers