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Dealing With More Than One Offer

If you are fortunate you may have multiple offers. This does put you in a strong position. When you get an offer it should be in written form in a sales contract and the contract should stipulate a time for a response. You should look over all offers carefully and you can decide to counter offer if you do not like the terms completely. For example, you may decide you do not like one of the contingencies so you may ask it to be removed or the offer process may be low and you may decide you want more so begins the offer counteroffer process. When both the seller and buyer have signed the contract, the negotiating is over.

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