Sellers beware—full price may not actually be full price. Let me explain. Let’s say you are listed at (easy math) $100,000. You may believe that receiving an offer at that price is a full price sale. But wait, what if the buyer requests closing assistance at 3%, now it is not full price—it’s $97,000. What if the buyer wants a home warranty, about $350. Again, not full price.
But what about the uncommon costs. Like a request for appliances. Washers and dryers are expensive! Or some closing costs, this can add up to be quite pricey.
The solution is to have a Realtor in your corner that recognizes these costs and knows how to negotiate to your ‘real’ full price!
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