Your home is the biggest financial investment in your life. At a more personal level, your home is where friends and loved ones gather, where memories are made, and where you live out your dreams.
You have a lot riding on your offer to purchase and your home inspection. Fortunately, we have the expertise and experience you need to successfully negotiate these two key moments during your home-buying journey. When all is said and done, we’ll help you buy the home you love, for a fair price, knowing it is a safe and healthy place for you and your loved ones.
Practical negotiation tips for home buyers
Looking for some practical negotiation tips? Check out this article from our blog.
Home buyer negotiation - FAQs and tips
- How can you help me avoid overpaying for my home? When you work with a Mad City Dream Homes buyer agent, we’ll make sure you become an expert in your target market and that you are familiar with the broader market trends. When it is time to write an offer on your dream home, we’ll effectively communicate with the listing agent in order to better understand the dynamics of the sale. We’ll know whether or not any other offers are expected, and if so, how many. Knowing your market and the dynamics of the sale will help us select the right price in your offer to purchase.
- How can you make my offer stand out in a competitive market? Very often the winning offer isn’t the highest-priced offer. We can make your offer appeal to the seller by using a number of other strategies that have nothing to do with price. We’ve written extensively on this topic. For more information, check out our article on 25 ways to write a winning offer.
- What are the keys to successfully negotiating the home inspection? Very often a successful negotiation is all about being professional, persistent, patient and creative as we work through the negotiation with the other party. This blog article offers some practical tips from our agent team.
- Do I need to have a signed buyer agency agreement before Mad City Dream Homes can negotiate on my behalf? Yes, State of Wisconsin law requires a signed buyer agency agreement before negotiations can begin. You can learn more about buyer agency here.
Do you need to speak with one of our real estate agents about buying a home or condo in the Madison, Wisconsin area? Contact us online or by phone to begin the conversation.