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Negotiating with a Buyer

Once an offer on your house has been made you have two options:

1. Accept the offer.

2. Make a counter offer.

If the offer is accepted, your home is sold. When an offer is countered, the home owner does not reject the offer outright, but begins a negotiation process on one or more elements in the offer. This process can be spread out over a few hours or days, and ends with either party finally rejecting or accepting the other's last offer. At the negotiating stage you will be assured that our sales consultant will work with you every step of the way with helpful advice, an objective point of view and assistance as the offer and counter offer are presented.


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