The Offer

A realtor can be a valuable partner when it comes to handling offers on your home, helping you navigate the complexities of the real estate transaction process and ensuring that you get the best possible outcome.

Congratulations! You've got an offer on your house. 

Now what? Should you negotiate? Are you prepared for what comes next? Not to worry with Coldwell Banker S.R.E. Realtors on your team. Your agent will be there to make sure you don't get caught off guard and that you're ready for everything that comes next, including whether to accept that offer or not.

Your Coldwell Banker SRE agent will:

--Help you understand the terms: your agent will help you understand the terms of the offer, including the sale price, contingencies, closing date, and any other conditions or requirements. They can also explain any legal jargon or unfamiliar terms.
--Provide market knowledge: your agent will use their knowledge of the local real estate market to help you evaluate the offer and determine whether it is fair and reasonable.
--Negotiate on your behalf: if the terms of the offer are not acceptable to you, your agent can negotiate on your behalf with the buyer's agent to try to reach a more favorable agreement. This may involve counter-offering or making suggestions for changes.
--Handle paperwork: your agent will handle with the paperwork involved in accepting or rejecting an offer, including drafting and submitting a counteroffer or purchase agreement.
--Manage the process: your agent will help manage the process of accepting an offer, including scheduling inspections and appraisals, communicating with the buyer's agent, and ensuring that all necessary documents are signed and filed on time.

To sum it up, an agent is a valuable asset when it comes to handling offers on your house!