3 Negotiations In Every Contract

3 Negotiations In Every Contract. Have you ever wondered how many times you negotiate with your buyer when you are selling your  home? This might surprise you. Watch this video to find out more.

3 Negotiations In Every Contract! Day 22
Sellers, did you know that you negotiate with your buyer three times between the initial contract and closing?

The first negotiation occurs at the time the seller gets the offer. The initial offers sets the wheels in motion and we negotiate things like purchase price, closing costs and dates. This is the negotiation that most people are familiar with.

After the initial offers is negotiated and accepted, the buyers schedule their inspections. Once the inspections are completed, the buyers request for repairs to be done at the seller’s expense. This is negotiation number two. The agents negotiate for the buyer and the seller to come to an agreement on what the seller will repair.

The third negotiation is after the bank orders the buyer’s appraisal. The appraisal not only gives us the value of the home but also tells us the requirements that are required to be completed before the buyer can receive the loan and close on the property. So now we have to negotiate on who complete those repairs.

With all of this negotiating, it is so important that your agent is a negotiating expert. Do you know that only 3% of the agents in the United States sell more than 24 homes per year? My team sold over 250 homes last year. That means we negotiated more than 750 times. Yes, you heard me right. 750 times, we do love to negotiate for you too. We want to set you up for selling success.
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