Learn How To Make A Low Ball Real Estate
Offer That Is Likely To Be Accepted
Are you looking to purchase a property to
be your main residence or for investment
purposes? Have you tried making a low-
ball offer? Do you to learn the secrets to
making low-ball offers that are likely to be
accepted and not offend the seller?
The team at the Wealth
Building Way explain the best
real estate opportunities are
those that appear to be
mispriced or poorly marketed.
The newly launched guide
gives an example of a
residential property that was
being listed by an out-of-
In this scenario, the guide
explains the agent accepted an
offer $110,000 less than another
buyer was prepared to make as
the deal had already been closed
with a handshake.
The Wealth Building Way team
explain that as you may be aware
the real estate market is less
efficient when compared to the stock
market, which is why you should be
diligent when looking for deals.
The team explain the goal of any
low-ball offer is to get the
negotiation process started, it is
not about getting your offer
accepted at face value.
The first step to having your
low-ball offer accepted is to
understand the neighborhood
comps for the past 12 to 24
months explain the team.
You can also use the following
strategies explain the team;
understand your seller's
background, your city's listing
culture, and create a generic letter
template that appeals to sellers.
A spokesperson said: "Selling
property is a stressful process
because you have so much to
lose - your pride, your time,
and your money."
"By meeting in the middle, you
will make the seller feel good
knowing they got more than the
initial offer, even though that
was your plan all along," they
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