If you offer full price, you won’t get a counteroffer. You’ll get acceptance, unless the other terms in your offer do not match the seller’s terms. Assuming you offer less than the full listing price, the seller can accept, reject, or make a counteroffer. If the seller makes a counteroffer, you can accept, reject, or counter again. This will require some careful conversation with you buyer’s agent in order to respond intelligently and reasonably. You want the home for the lowest possible price, but dilly dally and someone else may buy it out from under you, and I’ve seen that happen many times in this past year in Sequim. As for how to determine whether to accept the counter or counter again, that’s a fairly involved conversation, but you’ve got to have experience and professionalism in your corner, or it could all go sideways on you.
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