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Multiple Offers - Sell a Home - Wright-Patt Realty

You've successfully added your home to the list of Beavercreek homes for sale, and suddenly you're receiving an influx of offers. Multiple offers are every home seller's dream. They usually lead to bidding wars and a higher sales price. But with all the uncertainties that come with being pulled in opposite directions by different compelling offers, it's common for sellers to make the mistake of overplaying their hand. With multiple offers on your home, you'll be in a negotiation position and you need to play your cards well.  Here are a few tips on how to make the right decision when there are multiple offers on your home.

  • Start With Price But Look Beyond That
    You're probably hoping to make as much money as possible, so it makes sense to get excited about a nice, big, high-priced offer. The chances of selling your home over your asking price increase when you're involved with a bidding war on your home. But that doesn't mean you should automatically go for the highest offer. Real estate offers involve more than just the dollar amount being offered. Review the terms of the entire contract and consider how much cash the buyer is going to include in the offer.

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Coffee Shops for Espresso - Beavercreek, OH - Wright-Patt Realty

Espresso Day is observed on Monday, November 23, so choose a favorite local coffee shop and get a boost with this rich, powerful coffee drink.
Our REALTORS® suggest trying the following five coffee shops in or near Beavercreek for your next shot of espresso.  

  • Coffee Hub – 3375 Dayton Xenia Road, Beavercreek, OH 45432
    Coffee Hub has served up coffee in the area since 2017, letting you order your brew inside, outside, to go, or through their app if you'd like to save some time. You'll find the shop near Beavercreek homes for sale, and it's known for crafting specialty espresso drinks as well as cold brew and drip coffee. If you're in the mood for tea, you can choose from homemade chai, hot, and iced options. And while you're at it, order a pastry – such as a huge cinnamon roll that takes up the entire plate – to accompany your espresso.

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Home in Retirement - Wright-Patt Realty

No matter your age, it's never too early to begin thinking about retirement. Retiring from the workforce is a high priority for many men and women, but there's no single way to achieve this milestone. Some individuals pay into an IRA or 401k, while others invest in diverse assets with the hopes of cashing out when they're ready to retire. Our REALTORS® understand how important your retirement plans are and want to help you consider every possible option that will help you achieve this goal. As you think about retirement, we encourage you to consider where your home factors into your retirement plans.

Your Home in Retirement

Whether you're considering buying your first home, purchasing a new home for your growing family, or downsizing as your needs change, it's wise to consider all of the potential benefits or drawbacks of owning a piece of real estate. In most cases, owning a home has substantially more benefits than drawbacks, especially when you're housing a family with evolving lifestyle needs. Although a 30-year mortgage may be easily affordable as a working professional, some homeowners have concerns about keeping up with these payments when they move into retirement.

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Restaurants for Thanksgiving - Beavercreek, OH - Wright-Patt Realty

With Thanksgiving just around the corner, it's not too early to start firming up your holiday plans. If you'd rather skip the work and simply spend the holiday enjoying a flavorful meal with your family, you might want to consider getting your Thanksgiving dinner from a local restaurant this year.

While the Covid-19 pandemic may lead to limited seating, many area restaurants are also offering take out specials this year. Our REALTORS® pulled together a list of local restaurants that traditionally serve dinner on Thanksgiving.

  1. Cooper's Hawk Winery and Restaurant - 5220 Cornerstone N. Blvd., Centerville, OH 45440
    Cooper's Hawk is always a popular location on Thanksgiving. Space is limited, so we recommend making reservations early if possible. They traditionally serve a wonderful prix fixe meal with roasted turkey, stuffing, green beans, and butternut squash soup as options on the menu. After dinner, cruise by one of these nearby Centerville homes for sale.

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