• Living1-2nd
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    3 Clement Dr in Poestenkill - SOLD
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    21 Windmill Way in Sand Lake - Vacation Rental
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3 Tips for Evaluating Multiple Offers

3 Tips for Evaluating Multiple Offers

For the seller lucky enough to get a rush of interested buyers, figuring out which one will go through and pay off is crucial.

Multiple offers are a home seller’s dream. But when they come in, it’s not necessarily all roses.

Receiving multiple offers means you’ve presented your home to the market in its best possible light and that you’ve positioned it correctly concerning price. But multiple offers can be stressful, because it may not be obvious which offer to accept. Here are some tips for evaluating multiple offers.

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You can research the market and attend open houses on your own, but call in a local real estate agent when you’re ready to take your home search to the next level.

The growth of online real estate listings means consumers are equipped with information very early in the home buying process. A generation ago, to get listing information and access to historical data, home buyers needed to connect with a real estate agent much sooner — sometimes even prematurely. But today’s home buyers can do a lot of the legwork themselves, conducting research online and using home search and research applications independently, in addition to attending open houses…. Read More ›

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