Offer Presentation


Your agent will: Review documents, Assist in qualifying purchasers, Help you make the appropriate response, Assist in drafting counter-offers when necessary, Negotiate top dollar for your home, Handle all negotiations so you don’t have to.


In today’s ever changing financial market, we know the best sources for real estate financing. Your agent’s experience helps ensure financing is obtained where a less experience might fail.


You will have completed a Seller Property Information Statement prior to the offer presentation. This form will outline any material defects that may be present at your home. These material defects MUST be disclosed if known to you.


Most offers will have conditions attached to them. For example: Conditional Upon Financing, Conditional Upon Home Inspection, etc. We will discuss these further when they arise


If all of the above goes well, the Buyer(s) will be putting up some money to show you they are sincere about purchasing your home. Your agent will give you guidelines for how much this should be.


The Buyer(s) may request additional items be included in the sale of the home such as fixtures furnishings and appliances. You may be willing to negotiate these items depending on the price offered to you.


The transaction is not complete until you receive full payment, the deed is delivered and the buyer takes possession of the property.

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