With only about 3 months of inventory currently in Euless, this tells us it is a seller's market.
It's not just about making low offers. You want to make an offer that will work.
Sometimes low ones can work, but they can often backfire as well.
What happens if they get 3 offers. The house is priced at $100.000k and will sell for $95,000. You offer $50,000 and the other two offer $95,000 and $90,000. Will they respond to you or just the two higher offers, even if in your mind you would pay $95,000?
or what happens if you are the only offer at $50,000, but you'll pay $95,000, but you make them so mad they won't respond at any price even if you go back and offer more. It does happen.
What I think you have to do is look at each circumstance and see where low offers make sense and where they don't. This is something I do with each buyer, and with sellers as well who get low offers. You have to think about what your strategy is and where you want to go with it, what you want the outcome to be, and how you want the seller to respond. Each case is different.
I'd be happy to sit down with you if you don't already have a buyers agent and walk you through the process.
Keller Williams Realty