There is more than one way to win what homebuyers insist on calling a bidding war. (I call it “competition.”) But at least two of them are shunned here in New York.
Of course, conventional tactics include raising the price and stripping the contract of any contingencies such as financing and home inspection or otherwise improving terms such as settlement date.
One of the out-of-the-box idea that no one here endorses, however, demonstrates a buyer’s high motivation to close the transaction. The concept is to offer Continue reading