Real Estate Tips and Tricks: This Simple Tactic is the Most Overlooked Trick to Getting the Best Deal on an Amazing Home
Open space with big windows and light, by the best walking areas near restaurants, shopping and entertainment. But what if the price is too high? This blog post has answers to that question. For those who are very business minded, it comes naturally. For the rest of us who must learn and work to make good things happen, we need to put in just a bit of effort to find and get the best deals.
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Failing to ask is the number one mistake for humans who want something and don’t get it. So, when it comes to getting a good deal, we need to ask. Only about 70% of home buyers and just about 30% of renters place an offer less than the asking price. So up to 30% of home buyers and up to 70% of renters are not negotiating to get the very lowest price. It is a 2-step process. The first step is to ask the seller, owner, listing agent or manager if there are other offers or applications for the property or rental. Also ask how long it has been on the market. Then place an offer. This works best when there are 2 or more properties that you like, and you place offer on both properties. Many renters and home buyers get obsessed with a single property, which reduces the chances of getting a bargain price. The most seasoned real estate professionals of all types, especially those who must get a great price, place many offers on many properties. For those who are obsessed with a particular property, and want to try to get that property for sure, the safest tactic is to place the highest and best offer as soon as possible.
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