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Is First Always Best?
Your house has been on the market for just a few days, and your real estate agent calls with great news. The folks who looked at the house last night have come in with an initial offer to buy it! When the agent arrives to present the offer, you are excited and nervous. As they go over the price and terms, however, you feel that the price is a little low and that the offer contains some terms that will be either or both expensive or inconvenient for you to meet. Should you try to work it out or hold out for something better? Work it out! Not always, but often the first offer to come in is the best one. When a house is new on the market, there is typically a rush of activity and the buyers who see it during the first few days are those most likely to be the most interested. If you're fortunate enough to get an offer right away, you will probably be better off in the long run if you accept it or try to work out a compromise through a counter-offer.

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