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  • Writer's pictureKaci Gebora

Tips for Making Your Best Offer on a Home

Even though the "unicorn" years of the housing market are behind us, the current market is still quite competitive in many locations since there is still a limited quantity of properties that are available for purchase.

When it comes time to make an offer on the house, here are a few things to remember that will help you present yourself in the best possible light.

1. Rely on a Real Estate Professional

Put your trust in a real estate agent who can assist you in achieving your objectives while also providing insight into the current state of the home market. Agents have extensive knowledge not just of the regional market but also of the national trends.

In addition, they are aware of the strategies that have been successful for other buyers in your region and the characteristics that sellers may be searching for in an offer.

2. Get Pre-Approved for a Home Loan 

Having a detailed plan for one's finances is of utmost importance right now because of the difficulties associated with affordability. Working with a lender to be pre-approved for a home loan is the most effective approach to determining the maximum amount of money you can borrow for a house.

3. Make a Reasonable Offer

It's only reasonable to want the finest price you can get on a house, especially if you'll be living in it. Nevertheless, there are dangers involved with putting in an offer that is much below market value. You don't want to submit an offer in the hopes of seeing whether it is accepted to have it rejected as soon as it is received in order to test its viability.

4. Put your faith in your agent's ability to negotiate successfully throughout the process.

To place the winning offer on a property during the so-called "unicorn" years of the housing market, some purchasers chose not to have their homes inspected or did not negotiate for concessions from the seller.

You may have more bargaining power than you had in the past since the market is different now than it was in the past.

If you plan on purchasing a property this summer, feel free to direct message me so that you can have an industry professional on your side who can assist you in making the most competitive offer possible.

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