9 Contract Terms that Win Sellers Over

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What contract terms can make a difference when writing an offer in low inventory and competitive markets? What situations should you consider incorporating certain terms and when shouldn't you? What are the benefits and risks of each term and how can you manage those risks when negotiating an offer on behalf of buyers?

This webinar recording will teach you how to skillfully and carefully position your offers for the most competitive advantage, no matter the market. With low inventory markets projected to be the norm, especially in certain price ranges for the foreseeable future, knowing how to get your buyer's offer accepted in a competitive offer situation will be key.

Meet Cara

Cara Ameer is a bi-coastal agent licensed in California and Florida with Coldwell Banker. She is a real estate media commentator, speaker, and columnist for Inman News. She is the author of the e-book Real Estate Confidential and does segments for Realtor.com's video series House Rules.

This webinar recording will show you how to:

  • The best way to balance protecting a buyer's interests with those of a seller's in a competitive market.
  • How to make contingencies attractive in a multiple offer situation.
  • Are there certain terms you should ever consider minimizing or waiving entirely and when would that make sense?

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