What should you do with Multiple Offers on a Main Line PA Home?

What should you do with Multiple Offers on a Main Line PA Home? Which one should you choose?  Did you know that just because you received an offer of $20,000 over your asking price that doesn’t necessarily mean that it’s a better offer than the one that was only $10,000 over your asking price? Believe me, I want you to pocket the most amount of money for your house too so I understand why you’d be confused here. I help sellers choose offers for very specific reasons and sometimes, the offers they choose didn’t have the highest price. I’ve helped sellers in the Main Line towns such as Haverford PA 19041, Wayne PA 19087, and Devon PA 19333 to just name a few. I’ll break down some key things to think about besides that offer price when you find reviewing multiple offers.  First on the list: The closing date. Does that date match up with your desired timeframe? Or will you be homeless for a few weeks while you wait for your next house to close? How important is that date to you?  What type of financing does the buyer have? Are they offering cash or getting a loan? Did you know the type of loan needs to be taken into account based upon the condition of your home and other contributing factors?  Certain loan types have stricter appraisal requirements than others. Imagine if you found yourself in a situation where you’re now required to make a $10,000 repair or replacement or the buyer’s lender says, “Nope! We’re not funding this loan.” Are they offering an additional payment to make up the difference if the appraisal value does not come in at their offered purchase price? In a hot market like this, everyone is offering over the asking price. Does that mean that you will actually receive that price? Not if you potentially accept the wrong offer or don’t count out certain items in the contract.  How about the inspection contingency? Most buyers will want an inspection on their new home before moving in. Truthfully it’s a great way to protect themselves from unforeseen circumstances. However, again, we’re in a market so hot that we’re seeing plenty of buyers waiving their inspection contingency.

Let’s just use the scenario of receiving an offer that is $20,000 over asking and the buyer is requesting an inspection, but you have another   offer that is only $10,000 above the asking price but they are waiving their inspections (which means they are not having inspections) well, then … that’s something to consider. Because on the offer that is having inspections, you are open to the possibility of the inspector finding issues that you didn’t know of?  And then, you and the buyers would possibly have to re-enter negotiations or worse, they could simply walk away.  Those are only a few things to think about when you’re reviewing multiple offers. Having an experienced agent like myself in your corner to help you comb through the fine print details of multiple contracts will stop your head from spinning number one, and we will get you the most money for your home with a strong confidence that we won’t run into a ton of issues that could cost you time, money and energy later in your transaction. So, What should you do with Multiple Offers on a Main Line PA Home? FInd out some other reasons that the highest priced offer may not always be the best choice for you when selling your home, hit that button below! For more information and to answer any question we are always here to help. We are your Main Line and Montgomery, Chester and Delaware County real estate experts! Kimmy Rolph sells the Main Line and local areas!

Should I accept the highest offer💵💵for my home🏘? Kimmy Rolph Main Line Realtor explains 🤓  🙋🏼‍♀️
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