I'm not exactly sure what you are asking, however if you are asking because you made an offer, that offer was accepted and it is still showing available or if you have not received an answer to your offer at all.
If for some reason the seller did not like your offer, example: your offer was too low, your financing wasn't acceptable, then the seller does not have to respond to your offer and can leave it on the market, until they get an acceptable offer. Have your agent call the listing agent and ask what happened.
Also they could be in multiple counters, but after 30days that doesnâ€™t seem likely.
If it is a short sale, then possible the agent representing the seller doesn't understand the process. The seller is suppose to accept one offer subject to the SSA (banks agreement with the terms), and they are suppose to return to you an accepted offer with the contingency of the bank granting them the ability to sell the property. (According to the contract, this should be done in the first 3 days). There can be counters back and forth until the seller picks an offer to present to the bank.
Some agents don't understand this process and they do not send the buyer a proper response so in reality that is not an accepted offer.
Some agents gather all of the offers and send all of them into the bank, which in reality is also wrong because it is still the sellers property and it is still the sellers decision.
Some agents leave the property showing available when they have an accepted offer into the bank, which is also wrong, against MLS rules and very confusing to other agents and buyer.
Your agent should be the one that can help you with your specific situation. If he or she doesnâ€™t know then call their broker for help.
Diana Margala (909-560-0145)