What happens when you get multiple offers on your house?
When you receive multiple offers the chances of selling way over your asking price, increase exponentially. The buyer gets the benefit of landing the home, and the seller wins with a great offer. But offers are made up of more elements than just the money being offered.
How do I beat multiple offers on my house?
Get pre-approved to win in a multiple offer situation!
- Get Pre-Approved, Not Pre-Qualified.
- Explore Different Types of Financing.
- Have Fewer Contingencies.
- Make a Large Deposit.
- Make a Large Down Payment.
- Make a Strong Offer.
- Other Excellent Home Buyer Resources.
Do you have to disclose multiple offers?
Standard of Practice of the REALTOR® Code of Ethics states that the existence of offers should only be disclosed with the seller’s consent. The seller alone determines whether one or more of the prospective buyers will be informed that there are multiple offers.
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.
Should you offer more than asking price?
A good rule of thumb: “If houses are selling in your neighborhood in less than 10 days, it’s a strong seller’s market,” Lejeune says. In a strong seller’s market, Lejeune says, the final sales price is typically at least 10% higher than the asking price. (Your real estate agent can pull this data for you.)
Can Realtor lie about other offers?
As everyone else has said, yes they can lie about other offers but if you have an escalation clause that is being used, they need to present the other offer if requested.