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How To Deal With a Low Ball Home Offer

Keep the low ball home offer in your corner pocket.

There is nothing wrong with getting a deal when wanting to purchase something.  In fact many business are set up where negotiating on price is part of the process.  Depending on the establishment, some may even have fun with a lowball offer by pretending to be insulted, when in reality they are not.  The establishment owner is not insulted because by making any offer the buyer shows interest in making a purchase.  So the store owner just merely haggles the buyer up to a level that is satisfying to them and the buyer.  Where it often does not work out as well is when a low ball home offer is made to a seller who may have put a lot of blood, sweat and tears into their home over time.

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