I currently am working on a few deals as the buyer's agent.
I find it interesting when the listing agent I am negotiating with finds the need to tell me how great their home is. Afterall, I know what the house is like. I was just in it...
And I am not buying it anyway.
I don't care what the seller paid, the improvements they did, how great the neighborhood is, the schools, the comps or whatever else the other agent feels is so important.
Because none of that matters...
A house is worth only what a buyer is willing to pay for it...
And my buyers have made their offer. I have heard the counter. So please, just let me off the phone so I can discuss it with my clients.
The more the other agent talks, the more I am confident that the seller will be coming down in price. Not the other way around.
Agents need not argue or debate.
When another agent starts this, I just go along.
"Oh yes, I really wish my clients would come up. It sure is a great house. They are really being stubborn," I answer with a wink...
While inside I am thinking "We can get this house cheaper than I thought."
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