Selling a home can be an emotional experience because most sellers have a lot more than money invested in their homes. So, it's understandable that sellers might be reluctant to respond to an offer that is for less than the asking price. Most sellers have a difficult time being objective about their homes. But, detachment is something sellers should strive for, particularly when the market favors buyers. To be a successful seller in a buyer's market, you need to be able to put yourself in the buyer's shoes. Ask yourself if you were a buyer if you would pay the price you would like to ask for your home. In a soft market, like we are currently experiencing in many parts of the country, buyers are prone to make a low offer on any listing that doesn't receive offers from more than one buyer. The exception is when a listing is priced so competitively that a buyer recognizes a good deal and buys the property before others have a chance. Some sellers might be inclined to inflate th...
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