How to Get Your Offer Accepted

By MFSG Volunteer – Wendi-Mae Davis                 February 2017

“How to Get your offer Accepted and receive gifts for doing so! Tips for the Military Veteran in Need”

Wendi-Mae, A Broker Associate of Future Homes & Real Estate, shares a tidbit of what she always suggests to her Home buying clients and what she does for them, when writing an offer to purchase a home.

Wendi-Mae says it is of paramount importance to include a Letter to the Seller, especially when competing with other offers-simply sharing a few reasons why you chose their home, and include a Photo of Self, Family & or Pets too, can be the main reason a Home Seller chooses Your offer. In her experience, and several times, her clients did not write the highest priced offer-though it was with these added extras, that their offer was accepted. She has several other suggestions, shortening Contingencies time frames to name just another.

Any Military & Veteran Home Buyer will get a “Thank you for your service” Gift of $250. 00 by way of either a Gift card to Lowe’s or the Home Depot-their choice, or a credit towards the cost of either their Inspections or Home Warranty upon close of escrow of their home purchase. This, a gift of Realtor Wendi-Mae Davis, who is also a Real Estate Counselor-when you close escrow with her team.
 

Buying a home can be a daunting experience though Wendi-Mae has the “Know-How” to make it a very Rewarding one…She has 30 Years of experience in Residential Real Estate Sales-of which 16 of those years have been right here in EDC.

If you would like to Contact Wendi-Mae, you may do so at: Office-530-676-4447 or Cell 916-616-0874 or email WendiMae@WendiMae.com and be sure to check out her personal website at: HTTP://www.WendiMae.com

 
 
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