Your hard work has paid off…and you’re getting an offer from a Buyer. Here’s what to expect:

The Buyer’s offer may be presented to you and your agent in person, your agent might receive it by e-mail or, in a throw-back to the 90’s, the offer may arrive by fax.

The offer will contain some important points of negotiation:

  1. The deposit

  2. The price

  3. The closing date

  4. The irrevocable time/date

  5. The conditions

Once you receive an offer, you can respond in one of 3 ways:

  1. Accept the offer as is – congratulations, you’ve just sold your house!

  2. Make a counter-offer (with better conditions and/or price for yourself) – the Buyer at this point can accept your counter-offer, make another counter-offer or walk away altogether.

  3. Decline the offer and walk away.

Negotiating is a fine art, and if you’ve chosen your agent wisely, they’ll provide solid advice and guidance to get you the price you want. The final price decisions when selling your home are always yours to make, but it helps to have a strategic negotiator on your side.

How The Redream Project can help you negotiate an offer on your home:

  • Look, we’re just gonna say it: The Redream Project kicks ass at negotiating. We know every trick in the book, and to quote a recent client: “Wow, it’s like they don’t realize they’re negotiating with the Master.”

  • We’ll negotiate on your behalf as though we were selling our own home and won’t be bullied or pressured into making a move you aren’t comfortable with.

  • We know the legal agreements backwards and forwards and can help you decipher the fine print. We’ll take the mystery out of all that legalese and do everything we can to make the process as painless as possible.