To answer your question, no.
The reason being is that as a buyer in today's market, you usually have the upper hand. This is what is referred to as a "Buyer's Market." Supply is high, and demand is low. Being that is the case, you should leave room to negotiate.
On the same token, you also don't want to insult the seller with a ridiculously low offer. That can backfire and you may even lose the right to potentially do business with that seller.
If you have more questions, please feel free to call or email. All of my contact information is below.
Timothy Garrity | Realtor & Consultant
Licensed Real Estate Salesperson - #RS314897