After a few visits, a few buyers can get interested in one property, but only serious buyers send an offer of purchase. If you are interested, then you should send a promise to purchase.
Promise to purchase is an official document that states key terms of the deal, such as the price you are willing to pay, the inclusions you’d like to add and your preferred delivery date. The seller can accept it, refuse it or make a counter-offer by sending you a counter-proposal. This usually marks the beginning of the negotiation process.
Your broker plays a key role in this step because he will be the one negotiating on your behalf. It is often recommended that buyers should not be present during negotiation meetings, as they can show an emotional side that may work against their best interest.
Denis has more than ten years of experience in negotiating and closing advantageous deals for his clients. To use his services, send him a message on the contact page or
call him at 514 577 0787