The Key to Winning Against Multiple Offers

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    Many buyers out there in The Triangle Area have been faced with multiple offer situations. In fact, a friend of mine recently said that they were competing against 30 other offers for a home! I want to give you some tips on how to win if you’re faced with a situation like this.

    First of all, your choice of agent in a market like this is crucial. It’s very important that the agent you hire is heavily invested in the real estate community, has experience, and knows the market well. It’s not easy to explain to a buyer why they should work with a top agent, but the proof is in the results. Just like there are better doctors than others and better lawyers than others, there are better agents than others. You want to have the very best agent possible.

    Not only should your agent be accomplished, they should have hustle as well. It takes a lot of energy to compete and win in today’s market. Communication is crucial as well, as you want your agent to be able to convey to a seller that your offer is the best one out there.


    Finally, your agent and their team’s knowledge of the overall market is important. Top agents will often know about homes before they come on the market, which is essential in a super competitive market like ours. There’s a big difference in an agent that sells 10-15 homes per year and a team like ours that sells over 500. We know about many homes before they are listed on the MLS. That’s why we developed

    If you have any questions for me, don’t hesitate to reach out and give me a call or send me an email. I’d be happy to hear from you!

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