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Thursday, August 10, 2017

604 Washburn Ave, Louisville, KY 40222

604 Washburn Ave, Louisville, KY 40222 is a beautiful three bedroom 2 1/2 bath home in the heart of desirable Lyndon! The Great Room with neutral walls & a gas fireplace welcomes guests. New ...  Read More

Wednesday, August 09, 2017

Open House August 13th 2017

Join At Home In Louisville Real Estate Group this Sunday August 13th from 2-4 at our new listing in the heart of Lyndon! You'll love this move in ready 3 Bedroom 2 1/2 Bath home with 2 car attached ...  Read More

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Make An Offer

"Making an offer" to purchase a louisville ky home is a term used to describe the event of offering a Louisvile Home seller the terms and price to purchase the home they are offering to sell.  Making an offer is a big deal.  If the offer is accepted, the buyer is contractually bound to move forward to purchase the home.  Horror stories of making an offer verbally or with a handshake should be avoided at all costs.  The best way to protect your interests is by using a licenced Louisille Real Estate Agent.

These agents go over what the contract will look like, what the terms are and since they want to protect your interests, they will write the offer to your advantage. 

There is a big difference between "an offer" and "a contract".  When we make an offer, we annonce what we are willing to pay for the property, and the terms of the offer such as when we want to occupy, who pays the closing costs, etc.  The seller then has the opportunity to do one of three things.  The seller can accept the offer the way it is, reject it outright, by either saying "no" or not responding by the allotted time, or offering a counter offer.  In this case, the seller is essentially saying, "no I won't sell it of that price and/or terms, but I would be willing to sell it at this price and/or these terms."  Only when both parties agree with the terms of the offer doest become a contract.  Then, both sides work toward fulfilling the terms of the contract.

To get specific help with buying a louisville home, call us at 502-371-1173.