Dealing With Multiple Offers as a Buyer

    Multiple offers are not uncommon, especially in an active market or in a market with a shortage of homes for sale. As a buyer, here are some strategies you should consider if you’re interested in a home that is likely to receive multiple offers. Make your best offer since the highest offer often wins. Limit contingencies to keep your offer as clean as possible. Ask for a fast closing date, since this appeals to most sellers. Meet the seller’s request…

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