Monday, July 10, 2017 / by Nathan Clark
Nathan clark team Named One of America’s
Top 100 Real Estate Teams BY
Real Trends, As advertised IN
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL
The Nathan Clark Team, Smithfield RI Had an Impressive 423 Sales Becoming Rhode Island’s Top Team Now Ranked among the top 100 teams in the USA
Rhode Island, July 10th, 2017—The Nathan Clark Team, of Nathan Clark and Associates, was named among the top 100 professional real estate teams in America by REAL Trends, as advertised in The Wall Street Journal. Clark’s team has been a member of the Top Real Estate Professionals for 5 straight years, a prestigious national awards ranking sponsored annually by REAL Trends, and advertised in The Wall Street Journal. Clark is now ranked in the top one-half of one percent of the more than 1.25 million Realtors® nationwide. Clark is also the only real estate team in RI to ever be ranked among the top 100 in the country.
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Today, we’ll cover strategies on how you can win a bidding war and make your offer desirable.
Get pre-approved. If you’re a buyer putting in an offer on a home, you should immediately get pre-approved. Think about it. Let’s say you’re a seller and you have two bids around the same price. One candidate is pre-approved, the other is not. Who are you more likely to choose in that situation?
Have a good down payment. When you go to finance a home, many places allow you to finance with as little as zero percent down. However, there is also a deposit to secure a property and take the listing off the market. A good deposit could be $5,000 or $10,000, depending on whatever you can afford to part with while the house is under contract. You either get the deposit back or it is applied to your future purchase. The seller looks at your deposit to see how serious you are about actually buying. The more money you put down, the more serious you appear ...