Hidden Step that cost sellers money

So many times a seller will focus on the listing price or the offer price when figuring out how much money they will walk away with.  Those are important factors for sure, but I believe it’s the points of negotiation after the offer is accepted where money is made or lost for a home seller.  After an offer is accepted there is an appraisal and inspection.  If there are any hiccups , these points of negotiation can change everything.  On average, the final price could change 5%.  That’s why whatever agent you choose should be tough and knowledgeable.  Some things are normal when it comes to giving back in a negotiation if there are legit issues, but some are not.  So after the offer is accepted, stay alert and make sure your agent is looking out for you and your best interest.  James Bruney, The Sold Doctor

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