Accepting Offers On Your Home – What Offer To Choose And When To Accept

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Should I take the first offer that comes in?

My answer is, NO NO NO. I always get a little sick to my stomach when I hear a seller saying they sold their house in one day, and here’s why. If you take the very first offer, you’re not allowing time for the home to be exposed to everyone. Hi, I’m Tristan Colborg with The Denver Real Estate Agent.com and eXp Realty in Denver. The goal is for your home to be seen by the masses and make sure we get you the highest price and the best terms for your home. If the home is highly desirable or a type of home in high demand, you’ll have multiple offers that typically equate to the home selling for more money and better terms. So don’t just take the first offer that comes in. Ensure your home is correctly marketed and exposed to ensure that you get the maximum return on your investment.

Additionally, the market conditions will play a big part in the offers coming in. With less inventory on the market and many buyers, you can expect both higher and more offers. So what should you do? You work with an agent who has a pulse on the market, and that’s me. So reach out! Again, I’m Tristan Colborg with the Denver Real Estate Agent.com and remember you deserve an elevated real estate experience.

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