Halp Should I take this offer?

Duke

. . first name's "Daisy" boys
May 12, 2008
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At least make a counter offer for more than the original since they are trying to low ball you.

What are the comps like for recent sales in your building? Base your decision off that.
 

fly

Osharts 11
Oct 1, 2004
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mattressfish
At least make a counter offer for more than the original since they are trying to low ball you.

What are the comps like for recent sales in your building? Base your decision off that.

Why risk losing the buyer? He's getting comped by his company, wtf does he care?
 

Coqui

Piccolo Pete
Oct 14, 2004
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At least make a counter offer for more than the original since they are trying to low ball you.

What are the comps like for recent sales in your building? Base your decision off that.

Because that place is so desolate and desperate another seller will take the lowball offer.
 

fly

Osharts 11
Oct 1, 2004
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mattressfish
He will kick himself after if he doesn't at least do his due diligence.

I think you're missing the point. The point isnt to eek out a $1-2k profit on the whole thing man... And in the grand scheme of things, who cares about that kind of money. Not worth losing the seller.
 

dbzeag

Wants to kiss you where it stinks
Jun 9, 2006
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At least make a counter offer for more than the original since they are trying to low ball you.

What are the comps like for recent sales in your building? Base your decision off that.

$60 or higher for units in worse shape. They are just on the market for 8 months before they get it.
 

dbzeag

Wants to kiss you where it stinks
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Just found it it's 75% reimbursement. Also found out it will get taxed BEFORE being applied to my upside down mortgage. I might still have to pay a difference :(

Realtor asking $55K to customer now. OMG this is so exciting!!!!!! The dharma!
 

Duke

. . first name's "Daisy" boys
May 12, 2008
55,859
18,142
41
Brandon, FL
Just found it it's 75% reimbursement. Also found out it will get taxed BEFORE being applied to my upside down mortgage. I might still have to pay a difference :(

Realtor asking $55K to customer now. OMG this is so exciting!!!!!! The dharma!

Smart move.