Someone who cannot disguise their interest in and commitment to matching their client's desires with the right home. Every purchaser and every sales agent is a person, and as varied as the leaves on a tree. But fortunately for us, we, unlike leaves, may give some verbal clues regarding our inner lives, and the things which matter most. Are you the right agent for me, and am I the right client for you?
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The listing Agent may provide some insight as to why the deal did not close, but not always. In most cases it is due to Buyer financing and not a problem with the property. It could also be the result of something that turned up in the inspection that was a deal killer for the Buyer.
In most cases however, the offer price will not be disclosed. Remember the listing Agent is working for the seller and their job is to sell it for as much as market will bear. So they will be hoping for a higher offer from the next Buyer. Disclosing how much was accepted previously will likey bring in a lower offer then before.
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HUD homes are hard to offer much less than asking. If its been up for 6 months though than maybe you could offer less and get it. I would check homes that have sold in that area with the same features as that house and see what price they went for. Then I would base my offer on that. It really depends on that house and location as to how much lower you should offer, also check and see if the price hasnt been lowered already. Usually the price is lowered if a home has been listed for that long and theres been no movement. I would say for a HUD home honestly offer closest to list price as you can afford because HUD offers are submitted via bids, and anyone can swoop in and bid higher before your bid is accepted. Consult your agent as well. Thanks and good luck! Any other questions feel free to ask me at email@example.com... more