Are there rules for how I respond to offers to purchase my house?

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02/11/2014 | Author: TAR Legal Staff

I've gotten two offers on my house, one yesterday and one today. Do I have to respond to them in the order I received them?

No. You are not required to respond to offers in any order. In fact, you are not required to respond to them at all. Consider contacting a Texas REALTOR® for advice on how to best negotiate with potential buyers.

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Categories: Sellers
Tags: multiple offers, selling, negotiation


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