Rozansky Group Home Selling Process: Review Offers & Ratify Contract
What We Are Looking For In An Offer
Generally, the first offer we receive is the one that ultimately is the best. Why? Because the Washington DC area buyer making the offer is serious: he wants to eliminate competition from other buyers who are looking at the same houses in the same price range. Granted, the first offer may need to be “tweaked” in one way or another, but we encourage our Washington DC sellers to consider any offer and let us do what we’re trained and skilled at doing: NEGOTIATING THE TERMS.
Once we get an offer, a flurry of “behind the scenes” activity starts to unfold. First and foremost, we don’t just look at the offer, we dissect it. The terms of the contract are carefully examined:
- Are the conveyance items correct?
- Is the amount of the EMD sufficient?
- How do the dates/terms of the appraisal, financing and/or home inspection affect the sale?
An offer will contain the following basic components, and we will carefully review the offer with you so that you understand what these terms mean and how they affect you:
- The price and financing terms (if applicable)
- The contingencies and the deadlines for them
- The proceeds you can expect to receive
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