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Classified: Sensitive Real Estate Matter Because Property Buying, Selling Is Emotionally Charged.

The offer made on the real estate, say the home in Maine you wanted to buy was rejected.

And the way the buyermaine moose book reacts can be taken personal as a slap just like the seller may have reacted to it. But many times what the real estate buyers expectations are for this much house for this little money just are square peg in round hole application thinking, situation.

Every real estate deal no matter how skilled the guy or gal wearing the "R" is at holding it together and helping each side see both sides is not a given to get to the closing table. 

Anyone thinking listing, marketing, selling real estate is as easy as dropping in some quarters, punching a letter and a number on a property peddling vending machine misses the behind the scenes process.

When a business person makes an offer and the property is owned by another seller with business background, it is an easy yes or no situation. Without the emotion or getting mad, upset or taking it personal.

It is business, a numbers game of what the seller and buyer can do with the horsepower each posses. A big dose of timing for each too.

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I'm Maine REALTOR Andrew Mooers | 207.532.6573

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Comment balloon 3 commentsAndrew Mooers | 207.532.6573 • December 22 2010 10:57AM


Good insight into the emotions that need to be considered and directed in a residential transaction, Andrew.

Posted by Glenn Roberts (Retired) over 9 years ago

Take the personalities out of the "that jerk seller rejected my healthy offer" while the owner is hopefully not thinking "why has that stupid buyer wasted my time with multiple tours, and now such a dinky offer" thinking. The media making every real estate buyer have the mistaken impression that every property is a foreclosure, short sale or repossession is a big part of the buyer/seller gap, grand canyon separation in thinking. Maine is the 46 lowest for FSSR.

Posted by Andrew Mooers | 207.532.6573, Northern Maine Real Estate-Aroostook County Broker (MOOERS REALTY) over 9 years ago

Makes us feel like therapists sometimes.  I've always liked the line "Don't be offended by the buyer who made the offer, be offended by the buyers who looked at your home and DIDN't make an offer."  It is always a starting place, but sometimes the emotions can run so high they blind the parties to their stated goals.  Buyers are already getting great deals around here, but they also need to understand that homes are selling for 97-100% of list price, not the automatic 10-20% off the top their family keeps telling them about.  As you said, not every home is a foreclosure or short sale.  We seem to be getting a lot of buyers right now who want foreclosure prices, but non foreclosure condition.

Posted by Kristen Wheatley, Supporting Success - Best Job in the World! (Better Homes & Gardens | The Masiello Group) over 9 years ago

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