When choosing an offer, you should look at more than just the price.

How can a seller choose the best offer? Price is important, but there are other terms in your contract that will be critical in closing on your home. Even though you may not get top dollar, you could get a great buyer who is committed to reaching  the closing table. A buyer offering a high price is worthless if they can’t close.

Other terms like the inspection time frame and loan contingencies are important to take into consideration. When the seller gets the inspection report from the buyer, you want to fix any issues that would impact insurability, like an outdated electrical panel. In the end, it will benefit you to be flexible with a strong and committed buyer, even if the price isn’t the highest it could be.

If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to reach out to me by phone or email. I look forward to hearing from you and helping you reach your real estate goals.