Persistent low inventory means tight competition for beautiful homes in desirable neighborhoods. Homeowners are fielding multiple offers and trying to decide which deal works best for their individual needs.
And buyers are trying to determine how present the best offer – which isn’t always the highest offer.
Indeed, the most beneficial offer may not be the one with the highest number. Contingencies, closing costs, lease-back agreements and escalation clauses can either be liabilities or benefits—depending on the goals of the sellers, says a report from the National Association of Realtors.
Expert agents with Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty serve as experienced financial advisors who can evaluate every aspect of all offers, helping sellers make the best, big picture decision.
In multiple offer situations, expert can help sellers and buyers make the best, big-picture decision. Here’s a look at what’s on the market in Fort Worth neighborhoods right now:
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