Focus on finding a job and getting your financing in order so you can put in an offer and close. If this were a year or two ago it would be different possibly but this is an entirely different market now.
Hope this helps.
Don Groff | REALTORÂ® & Mortgage Broker
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First, for an offer to be accepted or considered, the prospective buyer/buyers have to prove that they have the financing capacity to consummate the purchase.
This can be substantiated by a pre-approval or pre-qualification letter by a mortgage broker or proof of funds.
In your case, I am not sure if you have been prequalified yet because you mentioned about being unemployed right now.
Given this scenario, the likelihood of rejection of your offer is high.
Best of Luck in the future.