Invariably, buyers or sellers are faced with important decisions at the most inconvenient times. They may be on vacation or on a business trip. Even if you're in town, you may be tied up in meetings and unable to take time to drive to your real estate agent's office. There are ways to deal with this that will minimize the hassle and enable you to respond in a timely fashion. Timing is essential in the home-sale business. If sellers have to wait too long for a response, their enthusiasm might wane. Buyers, on the other hand, could find themselves bidding against another buyer if they make an offer on a hot new listing and can't respond to a counteroffer in time. Often negotiations are handled verbally when buyers or sellers can't be present to sign a purchase contract or counteroffer. But oral agreements to buy and sell real estate are not binding. That's why it's important to have a procedure in place that enables you to sign any pertinent documents as soon as possible, no ...
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