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Tips on how to handle low-ball offers

Posted on September 9, 2010 by tim in Negotiation, Selling

If your home has been on the market for months (three to six) and the price was already reduced, you are probably beginning to wonder how much lower you can go. A potential buyer may come along and present a …

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Highest Offer May not Always be Best

Posted on February 11, 2010 by tim in Buying, First Time Home Buyer, Negotiation, Selling

Sellers who get more than one offer should be aware that the highest offer isn’t necessarily the best offer, say experienced practitioners.…

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Writing the Offer

Posted on January 11, 2010 by tim in Buying, First Time Home Buyer, Mortgage, Negotiation, Pre-approval

There are several things you will need to consider when writing an offer to purchase a home:

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Contract Negotiation for Buyers

Posted on January 11, 2010 by tim in Buying, First Time Home Buyer, Negotiation

Contract negotiation in real estate can last for several days while all the items written in the offer are assessed and discussed. The seller will accept, reject or counter your initial offer. It is always important to expect that the …

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The Home Inspection for Buyers

Posted on January 11, 2010 by tim in Buying, First Time Home Buyer, Inspection, Negotiation

In Cincinnati, Ohio the inspection period is typically the first 10 days after acceptance of the contract. This time frame – as with just about anything else in the contract can be negotiated as part of the offer. The contract …

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