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Accepting an Offer

The Price Is Not Always Right.

“The higher the price, the better the offer.” Do not let yourself be fooled by this popular misconception. Price is not always the determining factor when accepting an offer for several important reasons: the initial offer is usually not final, and there are a number of terms and conditions that may influence the final outcome of a price. You can trust Suzanne to help you thoroughly evaluate every proposal without compromising your marketing position.

Negotiating The Right Way.

Suzanne takes the ethical responsibility of fairly negotiating contractual terms very seriously. You may receive multiple offers before ratifying the one most suitable for you – and as your agent, she will guarantee a thorough and objective assessment of each offer to help you make the right choice.

As a Certified Luxury Home Specialist recognizes and understands the Luxury Home Market Trends both locally and globally. High-net-worth-individuals can be assured that Suzanne has the knowledge, experience and skills to meet and exceed the expectations of the most Affluent Buyers and Sellers.

To achieve the Designation and Certification as a Luxury Home Marketing Specialist, Suzanne completed a higher level of training and demonstrated the ability to successfully complete Luxury Home transactions as reflected well over $100,000,000 in past sales. It takes a superior level of service to be successful and consistently close sales at or above One Million Dollars.

Suzanne earned The Institute for Luxury Home Marketing’s Million Dollar GUILD™ Designation for experience, knowledge, and expertise in Million-Dollar and above Residential Properties. Agents who have also earned the CLHMS Designation are performing at the highest level in their community.

The Initial Agreement and Deposit.

In preparation for purchasing a home there are two things you need to include with a contract.

  • A copy of the earnest money deposit check will be deposited in an escrow account per the terms of the contract. This deposit will be credited back to you to be used toward your closing costs at settlement. The normal and customary earnest money deposit is between 1-2% of the purchase price.
  • A copy of your lender letter. Please provide your lender with all documentation required by the lender, so they may provide you with a lender approval letter before visiting the properties. Should you decide to write a contract on a home of choice, you will be ready to submit an offer immediately.

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