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The Art of Negotiation 

Negotiating an excellent price on your home is a delicate process which often requires quite a bit of talent and skill to get an offer accepted. The REATLORS® of The Justice Group are experets at presenting your offer in the most professional and straightforward manner, a vital skill in any situation! 


FSBO / For Sale by Owner Properties
These are homes listed by the seller(s) without the professional services of a real estate agent. Often times, seller(s) will galdly cooperate with the buyer’s agent to sell their home. The key is to let us have all contact with the seller(s) to arrange showers and negotitate our fee. We will represent you fully by handling all contract paperwork and facilitating the closing process.


New Construction
Builders employ a listing agent to market their properties and find a buyer. We ahve experience selling both new construction and existing homes. We can assist in all aspects of the process and will recommend terms to include in the contract to protect you.


Homes Listed by Other Agencies
We can show you ANY HOME regardless of which real estate company holds the listing.

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Navigating this market can be very complex at times. In your search for a home you mostly come across three different types of sellers. Each one will have different escrow timeframes, negotiation styles, pricing strategiies, and timeframes for accepting offers. Without knowing the different characteristics of these types of sellers, it can be very frustrating out there as a buyer!

Traditional Sales

These are sellers who have equit in their homes and are usually looking to close escrow in 30-40 days. When writing an offer on a traditional sale you will usually negotiate directly with the seller through their agent.


These are the homes which have been foreclosed on and taken back by the bank also known asa REOs (Real Estate Owned) or "bank owned." Like traditional sales, the bank will want to close escrow within 30 days upon accepting your offer. The banks are motivated to sell these homes quickly and will typically price them slightly below market value to get multiple offers and create a bidding war to drive the price up. Even though you may pay over the asking prices, these can still be great values.

Buyers Market or Sellers Market

We will discuss which market condition currently exists in your preferred neighborhoods.

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