Responding to Lowball Offers

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Use this article to educate clients and prospects how to handle lowball offers. Contrary to what many sellers think, it is possible to mitigate an emotional response and possibly put together an acceptable deal for both parties.

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Use this article to educate clients and prospects how to handle lowball offers. Contrary to what many sellers think, it is possible to mitigate an emotional response and possibly put together an acceptable deal for both parties.

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  • How to Respond to Lowball Offers
  • What to Do When Your Home Gets a Lowball Offer
  • Strategies for Countering Lowball Offers

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The lowball offer can be one of the more infuriating experiences when selling your home, but that doesn’t mean you can’t turn lowball offers into happy closings. Here are some ways to deal with the lowball buyer.

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“Your agent is required to bring you any and all offers made on your home, so once and a while you’ll receive what’s known as a “lowball” offer. Lowball offers are buyer offers which far fall below your asking price. Sometimes they’re so low that they only serve to make you angry.

Don’t get angry! While selling your home is an emotional process, there are rational, effective strategies for dealing with the lowball offer. Sometimes the lowball offer can even turn into the right price if you handle negotiations the right way…”

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