Yes they can, unless the instructions to the listing agent are NO MORE Offers..... On the other hand
think about why you would want to do that. You should probably work with an experienced area Realtor, who can advise you in YOUR best interest what to do, just because you represent an offer,
that does not mean that it will be taken into consideration... and depending on circumstances and
type of property, you may be better off looking at another property to make your offer.
But no matter what, you truly should as a buyer work with an experienced area Buyers Agent, to have
an experienced Professional on your side with expertise in the local market so that you will get the
best advice and support in your search for your perfect property. Remember that the Buyers Agent
in most cases does not require a fee from YOU the buyer, as most if not all listings on the MLS, i.e.
homes listed by a brokerage/listing agent the buyers agent will be paid out of the proceeds of the
sellers at the closing table. What is required from YOU the buyer is your commitment to one Realtor and your loyalty to that Buyers Agent.
So you may be well advised to seek the services of a local Buyers Agent, and if you need recommendations get back to us.
Hope this helps...
Most Sincerely yours,
Edith YourRealtor4Life and your Chicago and Northern Illinois and RElocation Expert
Working always in the very BEST interest of her clients at @Properties North Shore
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