It is critical to respond to counteroffers as soon as possible and to avoid making a counteroffer with any term that is not truly a deal breaker. Delays in responding leave space open for another buyer to step in and create a bidding war, or even more likely, for the seller to perceive that other serious buyers might be out there. A seller’s mere perception of a hint of a whiff of the scent of a potential bidding war is a homebuyer’s number one nemesis, ratcheting up the possible sales price in the seller’s head on an exponential basis.
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