By Ernie Whitehouse
An industry best practice is to have a clear set of written policies and procedures relative to presentation of offers, negotiating and how to handle multiple offers. A second best practice is to review and train these policies and procedures on a regular basis, particularly during times of sellers’ markets and tight inventories. 2013 is clearly one of those times.
Utilizing a best practice increases the professional manner in which your company or office handles multiple offers will enhance your consumer image and reputation, and improve the home buying or selling experience.
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