As a seller, you may receive multiple offers if there are more people looking to buy homes than there are homes on the market. When several buyers make an offer on your home, it may be best if you and I meet with each potential buyer to discuss the offer.
After visiting with each buyer, you can decide on the offer that is most appealing. You may also want to choose a backup offer, just in case the primary one falls through due to a factor such as financing.
When deciding on which offer to accept, it is wise to choose the cleanest offer. A clean offer is one with the best price from the most qualified of all the bidders. It's also one with the least amount of conditions or contingencies attached.
Dealing with multiple offers may seem difficult, but remember that your goal is to get the best price for your home. As your real estate professional, I am here to help you reach that goal.