When buying or selling a home, I can be a powerful asset for you.
The main focus of my services is to help and educate homebuyers and sellers so they understand from the beginning the entire process of buying and owning a home.
All agents are not the same. As in every profession there are those that excel and are committed to excellence, and those that are not. I have what it takes to make a difference on all your real estate needs.
Now, I would like to talk about How To put a Winning Offer To Buy Your Next Home?
It is time to reveal my secrets as to how we put a winning offer for our clients
As a homebuyer, the more you look at properties the more you are likely to come across a property that you want to purchase.
As soon as you find “the” property that you really want to purchase, it’s time for your agent to prepare you on putting an offer in.
The number one step we follow when we are working with a client is simply, find out if the property still available.
Another question for the listing agent to find out is the number of offers already registered with the particular listing
Another question that needs to be answered is if the sellers are still accepting offers.
The most important question where we base our strategy to advise our clients is “how many offers do they have on hand?”
The answer to this question will determine the strategy of your offer.
When the seller has received your offer they will include a pre-approval letter that is typically based on your application to your lender and any contingencies you may want to include inside your offer.
Contingencies are necessary to make sure that the buyer is not taking a risk with the purchase of a property that they have not inspected, appraised for value, financing approval completed or any particular reason that may cost you a lot of money when purchasing the property.
Contingencies are there to protect you as the buyer.
Along the offer, the EMD (Earnest Money Deposit) is necessary for your offer to be considered.
Your agent will work with you to determine overall the best strategy for your offer.
If the seller rejects your offer, you can either walk away at this point and get your deposit money back, accept a counter offer, or make a counter offer of your own.
If you are looking to buy a home, a good agent will help you put in a competitive offer so that you don’t have to worry about losing the house of your choice.
Always consult with your real estate agent about your home inspection results and the options you have inside the sales contract that you’ve signed.
Please don’t hesitate to call and ask me any questions you might have. This process is all about you and your needs. Real Estate is a big investment and I understand that. One thing you will get with us is a personal relationship, In the end, that goes a long way.
To get started contact Debbie Davignon at 508-989-0972
or email DavignonSouthCoastHomes@gmail.com