Real Estate News - Denver, Colorado - Blog Archive: May, 2012

May 2012

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With signs of a housing turnaround getting stronger, housing experts say buyers are finding several recent changes when they go to put in an offer on a home. A recent article at U.S. News & World Report highlights some of these changing œrules for your home buyer clients:

1. Lowball offers won™t likely stick: Sure, deals are still around, but lowball offers that aren™t in line with comparable sales data are increasingly proving to be a waste of time. Buyers may be better off asking for seller concessions, such as closing cost assistance or making home repairs, rather than making offers way below the asking price. œKeep in mind that a lowball number may turn off the seller and close down any chance at negotiation, the U.S. News & World Report article

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