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Posted by CENTURY 21 Classic Gold on 1/4/2019

After you receive an offer to buy your house, you likely will have only a short period of time to determine whether to accept this proposal. As such, pressure can add up quickly, which often can make it tough to make the best-possible decision.

Fortunately, we're here to help you analyze your options and determine how to proceed with a homebuying proposal.

Let's take a look at three steps that every home seller should take after receiving a homebuying offer.

1. Weigh the Pros and Cons

Make a pros and cons list to examine a homebuying proposal you'll be glad you did. With this list, you can assess the advantages and disadvantages of accepting a homebuying offer and proceed accordingly.

If you accept an offer, you can move forward in the home selling process. On the other hand, if you don't feel that an offer matches your expectations, there may be no reason to accept this proposal.

2. Evaluate Your Home Selling Goals

Consider your home selling goals as you evaluate an offer to buy your house. By doing so, you can determine whether an offer falls in line with your goals.

For example, if your goal is to sell your house as quickly as possible, the amount of the offer may not matter. In this scenario, you may want to accept a homebuying proposal to accelerate the home selling process.

Comparatively, if your goal is to maximize your profits, you will need to determine if a current offer is the best proposal that you could receive. If the answer is "Yes," then you may want to proceed with a home sale. Or, if the answer is "No," you may want to reject or counter a buyer's proposal.

3. Consult with a Real Estate Agent

Let's face it evaluating a homebuying proposal can be difficult, particularly for a first-time home seller. If you consult with a real estate agent, however, you can get the help you need to make an informed decision about an offer.

A real estate agent can offer lots of housing market data to help you understand the current value of your house. Plus, this housing market professional can provide recommendations about whether to accept, reject or counter a homebuying proposal.

Perhaps best of all, a real estate agent will serve as a guide throughout the home selling journey. He or she can keep you up to date about any offers on your house, perform deep analysis of all homebuying proposals and ensure you can determine the best course of action on any offer, at any time.

Let's not forget about the housing market expertise that a real estate agent possesses, either. A real estate agent understands there is no such thing as a "bad" question. Thus, a real estate agent will respond to any home selling queries that you may have.

Take the guesswork out of assessing a homebuying proposal use the aforementioned steps, and you can determine whether to accept an offer on your house.





Posted by CENTURY 21 Classic Gold on 12/28/2018

This Single-Family in Mattapoisett, MA recently sold for $255,100. This Other style home was sold by - CENTURY 21 Classic Gold.


10 Oakland Ter, Mattapoisett, MA 02739

Single-Family

$244,900
Price
$255,100
Sale Price

5
Rooms
2
Beds
1
Baths
Location! Here's a great opportunity for you to own your own home in the seaside village of Mattapoisett. Features a spacious living room with tree posts, and a circular staircase leading to the upstairs bedroom loft. Peek down to your living room below from the loft above. Nice location on a dead end street, within close proximity to area amenities such as shopping, restaurants, post office, shipyard park, Ned's Point and convenient access to area highway. Preapproval letter and/or proof of funds requested with all offers. Please, No showings after dusk-no utilities. Seller will review offers after the property has been on the market for at least 7 days.






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Posted by CENTURY 21 Classic Gold on 12/28/2018


754 State Rd, Plymouth, MA 02360

Manomet

Single-Family

$169,900
Price

7
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Great location in Manomet Village. Investors or contractors! Opportunity knocks. House is being sold "as is" and Buyer is responsible for Title V.
Open House
No scheduled Open Houses

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Posted by CENTURY 21 Classic Gold on 12/28/2018

Let's face it reviewing an offer to purchase can be difficult. And if a home seller feels unsure about a homebuying proposal, this individual may want to consider rejecting the offer to purchase.

Ultimately, there are many reasons why a home seller may decline an offer to purchase, and these include:

1. An offer to purchase fails to meet a home seller's expectations.

If a home seller receives a "lowball" offer to purchase, he or she may submit an instant rejection. In fact, this seller likely will have no regrets about declining the offer to purchase and continuing to wait for a homebuying proposal that matches his or her expectations.

As a home seller, it is vital to establish realistic property selling expectations before you list your residence. If you set a competitive initial asking price for your home, you may reduce the likelihood of getting lowball homebuying proposals. And as a result, you may be better equipped than ever before to speed up the home selling journey.

2. A home seller has multiple offers to purchase at his or her disposal.

If a home seller receives multiple offers to purchase his or her home, this individual likely has a tough decision to make. Fortunately, a seller can review his or her options and make an informed decision.

When a home seller receives several offers to purchase his or her residence, there is no need to rush to reject or accept a proposal. Instead, a seller should evaluate each homebuying proposal closely and use all of the information at his or her disposal to determine the best course of action.

3. A home seller can afford to wait.

If a home seller lists his or her residence in a buyer's market, the demand for houses may be limited. Conversely, if a seller lists a home in a seller's market, this individual may receive many offers to purchase as soon as his or her residence becomes available.

Sometimes, a home seller who can afford to be patient may choose to reject an offer to purchase in a buyer's market, even if the proposal is competitive. Because if the seller waits for the real estate market to improve, this individual may be able to optimize the value of his or her residence at a later time.

For home sellers who are committed to getting the best price for a home, it generally is a good idea to employ a real estate agent. This housing market professional will help a seller establish a competitive initial asking price for his or her residence. Plus, a real estate agent will set up open house events and home showings to promote this house to potential buyers. And if a seller receives an offer to purchase, a real estate agent can recommend whether the seller should reject, accept or counter the proposal.

Want to list your house and streamline the property selling journey? Hire a real estate agent, and you can work with a home selling expert to evaluate any offers to purchase your residence.





Posted by CENTURY 21 Classic Gold on 12/23/2018

This Single-Family in Plymouth, MA recently sold for $312,500. This Gambrel style home was sold by - CENTURY 21 Classic Gold.


32 Nickerson St, Plymouth, MA 02360

Single-Family

$309,900
Price
$312,500
Sale Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
1/1
Full/Half Baths
PRICED TO SELL!! Move right in to this 3 Bedroom totally renovated home! Open floor-plan offers expansive kitchen with recessed lighting, granite countertops, beautiful custom Thomasville cabinets, center island and breakfast nook. YOUR CHOICE of appliances with a credit of $1500 towards dishwasher, range and microwave. The first floor continues with a welcoming dining room, living room with wood-burning stove, and half bath. Second floor has three large bedrooms, all with newly-installed carpet, and a full bath. Full basement provides space for storage and potential for additional living area. Entertain outside on the covered deck overlooking the fenced yard with gardens and shed. Other features include NEW: 2x6 wall construction, doors, trim, flooring, cabinets, countertops, vanities, energy-saver toilets, LED lighting, FHW heating system, hot water heater, electrical and septic tank. Entire interior has been painted in a neutral palette. All you have to do is move in...Welcome Home!

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