Contract Negotiation

When a buyer is interested in purchasing your home, they will submit an offer which I will present to you. Together, we will review the offer and determine what is in your best interest. I encourage you to read the contract and as your Boulder Realtor, I’ll do my best to point out what I perceive as the critical issues that we need to consider. Ultimately, it’s up to you what the next step is that’s best for you.

Important items it consider in an offer to purchase:

  • Sales Price
  • Amount of Earnest Money
  • Size of Down Payment
  • Financing Terms
  • Items to Be Conveyed with the Sale
  • Contingencies or Additional Provisions
  • Dates and Deadlines for Performance
  • Closing Date

You will have 3 options to consider:

  1. Accept the offer as it stands. This means you are agreeing to all terms therein and will be bound to them by contractual agreement.
  2. Write a Counterproposal. This will include any terms you wish to change, add or delete from the original offer. The buyer then has the option of accepting your terms. The Counterproposal along with the original offer will constitute the entire contractual agreement.
  3. Reject the offer.
  4. It’s always your decision and we’ll work closely together so that you’re well informed each step of the way as we work hard together to get your Boulder real estate sold.

Your Needs

Process

Your Role

Tasks to Prepare For Market


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