How can buyers best prepare themselves for rejection in a seller's market?

Written by Posted On Saturday, 21 February 2015 16:39



In a seller's market prepare yourself that you may have to write a few offers before getting "the one." Also think about ways that you can improve your chances of being the best offer. For example, you can waive the home inspection contractually by conducting the home inspection before submitting your offer.

Offers tend to be due on Mondays or Tuesday and that gives plenty of time to get an inspection done before the offers are due. I often remind clients that finding "the one" in real estate is like finding the "the one" in love—you may have to get through a little heartache but once you find the one, you'll look back and see it's all been worth it.

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Josh Feinberg

I’m super excited and passionate about what I do and take pride that a lot of my business is word-of-mouth referrals that has created many long-term relationships with people who have bought and sold through me repeatedly over the years. I ‘m more than just a realtor I’m an advocate, facilitator and expert in Phoenix’s often intricate real estate market. 

For ten years I’ve helped my clients in setting realistic expectations by considering such factors as budget, desired location and the event of a sale, I’ve helped achieve for them the maximum selling price. Having expertise and experience in the ever changing Phoenix real estate market dramatically has helped shape the decisions of my clients through the complex process that real estate has become.  


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