- Can Realtor tell you other offers?
- Does a Realtor have to disclose all offers?
- Can estate agents lie about other offers?
- Can you ask for proof of another offer on a house?
- Do you tip your realtor?
- What if a seller won’t budge?
- Can you put an offer on a house without selling yours?
- Do estate agents have to tell the truth?
- When can you stop bidding on a house?
- What is a good realtor gift?
- Do I give my Realtor a gift at closing?
- What is a good closing gift from a realtor?
- How much do sellers usually come down on a house?
- When should you walk away from a real estate deal?
- Should I offer less than the asking price?
Monty’s Answer: Real estate agents are not allowed by law to share your offer with other buyers or any other details of your proposal with anyone except the seller.
However, in my home state, the law does not extend to the seller of the home you want to buy.
The seller can share your offer with other potential buyers.
Can Realtor tell you other offers?
If the agent is in this position, I would ask agent to inform both buyers there are multiple offers and each buyer needs to submit their best and final offer. A: With your written permission, the Realtor should be able to tell each purchaser about the other offer.
Does a Realtor have to disclose all offers?
Answer: Yes, the Code of Ethics requires disclosure of accepted offers. Standard of Practice 3-6 provides a well-defined standard on this: “REALTORS® shall disclose the existence of accepted offers, including offers with unresolved contingencies, to any broker seeking cooperation.”
Can estate agents lie about other offers?
interest and/or offers from FTBs without finance in place. Their code of practice means they’re not allowed to lie about the existence of offers but of course they all do because there’s no way for you to prove they’re lying. Remember how to tell if an estate agent is lying their lips will be moving.
Can you ask for proof of another offer on a house?
Even in today’s market, it is not uncommon to have to compete with another buyer for a home. Nothing can be more unnerving to a home buyer than having to negotiate against these faceless competitors. Can you get proof that these competing offers are legit? In most cases the answer is no.
Do you tip your realtor?
You should not tip your Realtor, in any way. It is neither expected or considered the standard practice. In fact, some real estate agents say that gifts or bonuses make them uncomfortable.
What if a seller won’t budge?
If the seller will not budge on price, you could be out the inspection and appraisal fees with nothing to show for it. Try offering fair market value. Some sellers price their home high hoping to find “the greater fool,” yet they know what the fair market value is and will sell for that if it is offered.
Can you put an offer on a house without selling yours?
Perhaps the most common — and least complicated — way of buying a house before selling your existing one is to make a contingent offer. This as an agreement that specifies that the offer on the new house is only binding if you’re able to sell your existing home.
Do estate agents have to tell the truth?
CPRs mean that estate agents now have to disclose “fair” information to homebuyers and sellers. That includes making “material information” about a property clear, unambiguous and not deliberately misleading or withholding information from buyers. So no hiding information from buyers until it’s too late.
When can you stop bidding on a house?
To put a stop to this, once your offer has been accepted let the estate agent know that it’s subject to the property being taken off the market. Offering a small deposit of goodwill will reassure both parties that the sale is not going to fall through.
What is a good realtor gift?
Gifts for the Traditional Real Estate Agent:
- Personalized coffee mug.
- Starbucks gift card.
- Gift baskets.
- Engraved business card case.
- Personalized date book.
- Cell Phone battery extender.
Do I give my Realtor a gift at closing?
Realtors and other real estate agents rarely get gifts at closing. It’s not that their efforts aren’t appreciated by their clients, it’s that most home sellers and buyers are too busy moving after closing to think about delivering realtor closing gifts. Maybe one out of ten clients will give a thank you gift.
What is a good closing gift from a realtor?
Best closing gifts from realtors
- A gift card to a home improvement store.
- Custom décor.
- A welcome mat.
- A framed map of their town.
- Smart technology.
- A consultation with an interior design service.
- A gift certificate to a nice restaurant.
- An engraved business card case.
How much do sellers usually come down on a house?
“The total amount depends on where the property is being sold and the value, but home buyers can typically expect to pay between 2% and 5% of the purchase price. However, closing costs may be paid by the seller or the buyer.
When should you walk away from a real estate deal?
6 Reasons to Walk Away From a Home Sale
- The house appraises for less than what you’ve offered.
- The home inspection reveals major problems.
- The title search reveals unexpected claims.
- The house will cost a fortune to insure.
- The deed restrictions are way too onerous.
- Work has been done without a permit.
Should I offer less than the asking price?
If there are issues with the property or the price is too high, or both, you can usually underbid and negotiate with the sellers. If the price has remained the same on a listing for more than two weeks, we feel it is okay for our buyers to offer a price that is somewhat less than asking, usually around 3 to 5%.