Hi, my name is [YOUR NAME]. I am a Realtor here in [YOUR CITY].
If you have seen some of my videos, I know it may seem like I discuss multiple offers frequently… and depending on the market, they can definitely be a factor, but they don’t happen all the time.
But when we do get into a situation where other buyer’s want it, the process can be tricky.
The main thing to know is that there are no real rules to how they should be handled.
Some sellers will receive an offer and feel obligated to respond to them in the order they came in, one person at a time.
Others will just accept an offer without letting the other agents know, which can be a little frustrating.
Most will request what is called a highest and best offer, giving everyone the right to put their best foot forward.
The seller then chooses the best, and will work with just that one.
Regardless of what happens, I will do my best to find out as many details as I can and keep you informed every step of the way.
We are a team and together, we will do all we can to find you the right property, at the right price and help you safely land in your next home.
Ok, that’s it for now!
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