COURSE INDEXPreliminary Questions
Home Buying Start & Registration
Budgeting To Buy a Home
Find Your First House
Inspect Before You Buy
Shop For a Mortgage Loan
Home Mortgage Loan Process
Credit Score and Credit Report
Home Mortgage Loan Closing
Being a Home Owner
Mortgage Quote Request
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It is likely that the buyer and seller will bargain over the fine points. An offer can be renegotiated several times in the form of counter offers. It is important, however, that the buyer knows when to quit. The buyer must have the ability to meet all conditions once an agreement is made.
The homebuyer should not be discouraged if the offer is not immediately
accepted be the seller. Almost all real estate transactions go through the counter
offer process. The negotiating process can be nerve-racking, but it is usually
well worth the buyer’s time and effort in order to get the best price! A buyer’s
agent can be very helpful to the buyer during the negotiating process. The agent
will help the buyer determine the amount of the original offer (not too high,
not too low) and will understand the finer points of negotiating a real estate
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