Quick Answer: Can I Put In An Offer On Two Houses?

Yes, in many cases it’s possible to make offers on more than one home at a time (though some local real estate laws might forbid it).

But it might cost you money in the form of a lost deposit.

Much depends on the wording of the contract and your local laws.

Can you offer on two properties at the same time UK?

no! In fact I would encourage you to as it evens things up a little. Your seller won’t have one viewing at a time or refuse any offer once your’s is submitted. There’s a good chance you won’t get the property you want so keep your options open by offering ‘subject to contract’ on as many as you wish.

Can you have two real estate agents at the same time?

The short answer is yes, you can work with multiple real estate agents—under certain circumstances. Working with more than one real estate agent is fine when you haven’t signed an exclusive agreement with anyone, says Adam Aguilar, a Realtor® with Reliantra in West Toluca Lake, CA.

Can I make an offer on a house that already has an offer?

A: If nothing has been signed, then there is no executed contract meaning you can still put in an offer and have it accepted. If an offer has already been accepted, then you can ask if the seller is interested in back-up offers.

How do you deal with multiple offers on a house?

Here are strategies to reach a decision:

  • Start with price but don’t end there. The offer with the highest price is going to get your attention, especially if it’s close to or above your asking price.
  • Compare contingencies.
  • Consider buyer funding.
  • Consider your home’s value.
  • Review closing periods.
  • Review buyer ‘extras’