The Highest Offer isn't Always the Best!

Performance Indicators of a Real Estate Offer/Contract. Terms that will impact the real estate transactions success!
By: Jason Walker,
Highest And Best Not Always The Best
Highest And Best Not Always The Best
GILLETTE, Wyo. - March 27, 2024 - PRLog -- Sellers may believe that accepting the HIGHEST offer is always the best choice, when it comes to selling real estate.  Buyers may believe that the purchase price is really the only indicator of an offer that a seller is concerned about in real estate.  They reality of this is far from just the purchase price.  Buyers and Sellers alike should consider all of the following, when navigating a real estate transaction.  A great Realtor for the Buyer and Seller will understand all these concepts well when assisting Buyers and Sellers of Real Estate.  Here are some performance indicators worth considering when conducting a real estate transaction.

1.  The Offering/Purchase Price

2.  Closing Costs

3.  Financing Concessions

4.  Home Warranty

5.  Possession

6.  Closing Date

7.  Contingencies

8.  Improvements

9.  Property Insurance

10.  Mortgage buy-down

11.  Other Expenses

12.  Earnest Money Deposit

13.  Repairs

14.  Personal Property

15  Title Company

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Jason Walker


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