Buyer Value and Multiple Bids

Buyers often feel dejected when they find a property they love, only to discover multiple parties are interested and bidding. In some markets this is to be anticipated, and smart agents educate their buyers on this scenario before they even start looking. While it can feel like you’re losing hope when others are bidding against you, here are five positive situations. 

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Robert Rodriguez
The Valuable Low Offer

Okay — I’ll admit it. Sometimes I really, really hate when I receive a low offer.  The first thing that comes to mind is: What were they thinking? Sometimes I even get angry (sellers are sometimes insulted). But then, I quickly give myself a reality check and am reminded of how sometimes — well, most times — a low offer can be extremely valuable. Here are six reasons why…

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Michelle Solomon
Lessons From the NY Brokerage Market

We have all heard the agent who promises "tremendous gains" over the next few years.....a "strong upside"..... the kind of lines that some agents simply cannot help themselves from saying. I have always told my clients that QUALITY real estate escalates in value over time. Real Estate is not a liquid investment and sometimes it can take years for a market to recover, especially after extreme pricing application.

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Telluride, Colorado is now part of the Compass Family. Telluride was founded in 1878 as “Columbia”, but due to confusion with a California town of the same name, was renamed Telluride in 1887, for the gold telluride minerals found in other parts of Colorado.

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