The answer may only come with hindsight, but that does not help when you are in the middle of the process of selling your house.
A good offer is one:
- received, not hoped for
- you are willing to accept
- often your first
Can you quantify a good offer? Perhaps. In relative terms, you have a good offer when:
- you have more than one at the same time to consider
- received within the first 5-21 days on market
- the average SP/OLP% is better than the average
It is during our CARE (conversations about real estate) that we prepare the seller to recognize, in realistic terms, what a good offer looks like and how to respond. We don’t just outwork others in advising our clients, our Best Home Marketing approach to selling higher value property gives our clients the best opportunity to net more at closing in less time.