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March
25

Spring Home Bidding-Wright-Patt Realty

After viewing many great Beavercreek homes for sale, you've finally found the one that is perfect for your family. Now that you're ready to make an offer, our REALTORS® want to help make this process as easy and successful as possible for you. Buying a home is a huge milestone, and while we share in your excitement, we also want our buyers to be prepared for potential hurdles that may slow the process — particularly an obstacle that many home buyers refer to as a "bidding war."

Contrary to the phrase, competition between buyers is actually a civil event that often occurs when a property's features, location, and price appeals to a large number of potential buyers. Thankfully, our agents have successfully represented many homeowners during the springtime when buyer competition is often higher. We've gathered five effective strategies that you can use when bidding on a home in Beavercreek this spring.

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April
23

Make Winning Purchase Offer
We know how hard it is to find your dream home. And we know that there's nothing worse than finding it only to have your offer rejected by the seller. That's why our REALTORS® are dedicated to helping you make the best possible offer.

Making an offer on a house is a bit like walking a tightrope. Too low, and the seller is almost sure to reject it. Too high, and you'll end up paying more for your new home than you should. Use these tips to make an offer that the seller can't possibly refuse. 

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