Thursday, February 19, 2015

Presentation Techniques in Multiple Offers

What are the top tips on winning multiple offer battles for that detached house in Toronto?

Sure   we can all say have the highest bid, Or make sure there are no conditions.

Baking a Pie? 

Maybe a Video about yourself and your family?  Hand written letters?

In the heat of the moment are you prepared and ready?

Present in person if possible. Avoid the trap of having your offer SENT IN BY EMAIL.  That makes it impersonal, and you are not there to advocate for acceptance. Provide a certified bank draft for 5-10% of the purchase price with the offer; this validates your capacity and intention to Close the transaction. Remove all conditions if possible (pre-inspect if necessary, push your mortgage lender for a commitment) 

Clearly Advise Seller that if the property doesn't appraise at the price paid, the BUYER may need to fund the difference from savings.

If you have an opportunity to introduce your buyers; face to face, with the Sellers, this is the time to do it.  Ask the Sellers [since your buyers are outside] if the buyers can come in and have a second look around the home.   Use this opportunity to have them befriend each other and discuss neighbours.

Are you ready?

Let's get started 

We don't meet people by accident; you were meant to cross my path

David Pylyp  647 218 2414

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