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How to Write a Winning Real Estate Offer Letter

You’ve found the house of your dreams and you’re ready to make an offer; but how do you compete with a handful of other prospective buyers who’ve also deemed the home “the one”? This is a dilemma buyers are facing all over the country in today’s fast-paced, low-inventory housing market. And the reality is, you aren’t always going to be able to submit the highest real estate offer for your dream home. Fortunately, there are ways to make your real estate offer letter more competitive when more cash isn’t an option. Most real estate agents say letters is one of the best ways to support your bid. The letter gives you the opportunity to connect with the sellers on a personal level, to explain to

New Features on our Title Quote App.

Our Title Quote app has some new features that we think you are going to love. Now you can run a Sell to Net Sheet , Show a buyer their purchasing power, The cost of renting vs: buying & a tool that compares multiple offers. SELL TO NET, This allows you to start with the seller net figure and calculates a purchase price. Buyer Purchasing Power. Show your buyers what they can purchase with their income. (please consult your mortgage professional first) COMPARE RENTING VS: BUYING Compare Multiple Offers: Making life easy for Agents and Sellers.

Abe Lincolns Father Lost 2 Homes.

Tom Lincoln, Abraham Lincoln’s father, lost their family home not once, but twice because of land title issues. Abraham Lincoln was born in a small, one-room log cabin on the Big South Fork of Nolin’s Creek, Kentucky. It had a dirt floor, one window. It was not much for a family of five. Tom Lincoln had paid $200 for the cabin and 300 acres of land. It wasn’t much, but it was home and the young Lincoln family worked hard to build a life. After four years of working this Kentucky land, Tom Lincoln and his family had to pack up and leave. There was a defect in the title to their property. Tom didn’t have the right sort of papers and somebody else had a better claim to the land. With you

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