I just had another client ask me whether he should make an offer on a property he likes…Buyers typically ask this if they are worried about getting emotionally committed to a home and then not getting it; normally by being "beaten" out by other Buyers. Every case is different, but generally…make the offer. Unless you are so battle-worn that you just can't take it anymore…dust your shoulders off and get back in there. You can't win if you don't play. Better to play and lose than to not play and see someone else win a game that you could have won.
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Buyers • October 29, 2013
by Michael Doyle
Case Study Case Study: 816 NW Market St Driving Elements: Investment Good agent relationships Showing up I helped the buyers purchase this property in 2013. As of January 2015, 60% of the buyers loan is being covered by the rent generated in the lower level apartment. In this short time, the buyer has been accumulating cash and is preparing to make another […]
Case Study Case Study: 4202 Bagley Ave N This project was a study in: Exercising restraint until the "right" time The importance of pre-inspection The importance of great staging The importance of great photography The importance of my getting in front of the buyer when possible to establish trust (for them) and to see first-hand their motivation (for my clients) Picking the right […]