The buyer who makes the offer, could put a time limit on it, i.e. it could say this offer is valid until
the next day midnight, or will be null and void if not countered within 48 hours... So it really depends
pretty much on what the offer says, and you should have a copy of that offer in your hands from your
Agent, or are you selling by owner and you are talking to the Realtor of the buyer, you still should
have received something in writing in other words a written offer....
If there is a time limit in that offer, then the buyers may have done so because they have seen
several homes, and if they cannot agree with you on the price and terms then they would null and void the offer to you and make an offer on another property....
But look at the offer in writing, or talk to YOUR agent if you do have a listing agent...
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