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5. Accepting offers

Category Seller Guide

Upon receiving an offer, you need to evaluate the terms and conditions, including the validity period, when determining your response. Important considerations include the amount offered as well as the payment terms - whether it is a cash offer or any suspensive conditions. Examples of suspensive conditions include finance and/or bond approval, the sale of another property or the requirement of a due diligence. You can either accept the offer as is, or make a counteroffer with your terms and conditions. The contract becomes binding once both parties have agreed to all the terms and conditions and both have signed the agreement or deed of sale. Your Agrisell agent is crucial in negotiating the most favourable terms and conditions for your sale.

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Published 31 Mar 2021 / Views -
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