Multiple offers: Here's how to handle them like a PRO!

Dated: May 3 2021

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Houston's real estate market is HOT! If you're selling a home, you should be expecting multiple offers. Check out these pro tips that will make your life easier while juggling all of your options. It's not just about being organized, it's about knowing which offer works best for your situation.

#1 - Create a custom email address and have all offers sent to that one consolidated inbox. Use MLS to give specific instructions on what to send and where to send it. Use an auto-reply with that email to confirm receipt and let agents know what to expect from there.

#2 - Price isn't everything! Consider closing date, concessions, down payment, and financing type too. Just because someone offers more money doesn't mean it's the best deal (or that it will even close). Be educated on what these conditions mean and how they can affect the closing.

This is just scratching the surface! We'd love to chat about the current housing market and share what's been working for us. Use the info below to get in touch or leave a comment with any questions. If you're thinking of selling, now could be the best time to cash out! Let's look at the numbers and fill out a net sheet.

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