Asked by Aaron Trompeter, Saint Cloud, MN • Fri Sep 28, 2012
I have a buyer that is asking me what a particular home is worth. On the surface it is simple, the comps say between 86 & 89 thousand. That said, the asking is 95, it's a short sale, and there's already one offer submitted.
The home is move-in ready, in excellent condition, and fits his every need. Not only that, but when I asked this bachelor which of all the houses he would be most proud to bring a potential wife candidate home to, this was the house.
But he kept asking what he should pay, what it's worth and is stuck on the 95 being not worth it. But when asked if it was worth the 800 a month it would take to pay for it, it was worth that. I told him I will write the offer based on what he wants and feels it's worth.
How do others balance issues of physical worth in regards to emotional worth when a property is exactly what a person wants and needs?
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