Just got an offer of 350,000 three bedroom 2 bath 1,200 square feet the house is this a good offer?

Asked by Skully, Point Pleasant Boro, NJ Mon Aug 17, 2009

The house is in great condition

Help the community by answering this question:

+ web reference
Web reference:

Answers

4
Art Kretzschmar’s answer
Art Kretzsch…, , Point Pleasant Beach, NJ
Thu Sep 17, 2009
You have not provided enough information to give you an accurate answer... I will say it seems like a good offer for a 3/2 in Point... unless you have some exceptional location, features or larger property... you really need a list of comparable sold properties in the last 30 days to be sure... time to do some homework.
Thank you!
Art Kretzschmar
Realtor Associate
Diane Turton, Realtors
732 278-5251
Web Reference:  http://www.njshore4sale.com
0 votes
Diane Glander, Agent, Spring Lake, NJ
Mon Aug 17, 2009
Maybe, maybe not.
Location, (A house East of the canal is worth more than an identical one West of the canal ) condition and amenities, and comparable sales are what agents use when listing a home or presenting an offer. Maybe your house is worth more. As stated below by the other agents, we cannot advise you without seeing your home.
More importantly is how strong is the buyer? Do they have the money to close the deal? Did you present them with a sellers disclosure? Will you know how to keep your deal together till closing? These only some of the things an agent will handle for you to make sure that your buyer is for real.
The problem with buyers going to FSBO's is they know that a FSBO will not check things out that an agent will. They are hoping you do not know the value of your home. So, it could be a great offer. Get educated before you sell the huge investment you have in your home.
Web Reference:  http://www.dianeglander.com
0 votes
Laura Gianno…, Agent, Manahawkin, NJ
Mon Aug 17, 2009
You don't provide us with enough info to answer the question. That said, an offer is just that, an offer, a place to start. While price is important, to turn an offer into a contract terms and conditions also must be considered. Get a REALTOR.

Laura Giannotta
Keller Williams Realty Atlantic Shore
0 votes
Carolyn Fent…, , 07825
Mon Aug 17, 2009
Are you selling the home without an agent? What information did you use to put your home on the market?

Skully, this is just not enough information to make that decision. What are the comparable homes selling for? Has it been assessed recently? Location? and for the offer Is it cash? What are the terms? Mortgage?
0 votes
Search Advice
Search
Ask our community a question

Email me when…

Learn more