Many buyers are hesitating to compete, but here’s why you should act.
Today, I’m here with a very important message for homebuyers! In today’s low-inventory market, multiple offers on homes are common. The problem is that some buyers assume that someone else will offer more, so they’ll choose not to compete, which means they’ve missed their opportunity.
When 30 people come to see a home, oftentimes, only three people will make an offer, which is very doable for buyers to compete with! Therefore, it’s important to try to work with your agent to create the strongest offer possible. Even if you don’t win, you can feel confident knowing you made a strong effort.
Many buyers are hesitant to compete, and they assume that the home will sell for a higher price than they are willing to pay because of the competition. However, this is not always the case. Homes are selling to those who make a strong, clean offer that the homeowner feels comfortable with. By assuming that someone else will offer more, you risk losing out on a potential opportunity.
If you’re worried about competing, don’t be. I have many strategies to help you secure the home you want. Let your agent guide you in making the strongest offer possible. Plus, if you don’t win the offer, that just means someone else was willing to pay more or do something you weren’t comfortable with. Don’t be discouraged, as there will always be other opportunities.
If you’re considering buying a home, I can help. In addition, I have a new program called Secure First that just launched for buyers who also have a home to sell. Call or email me if you’re interested in learning more. I want you to feel confident and comfortable in your decision-making process, so don’t be afraid to make an offer and let me help you secure your dream home.