Looking at every house

Looking at every house

I have a question about going to look at the properties that I come across. I know they say that I should make a lot of offers, but my question is do I need to look at all of them before I make an offer or do I just wait and see who bites and then go look at the property?

Thank You


no need to look at all

don't waste your time looking at every single house that you put an offer on... wait until you have it under contract.



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My advice

Only look at houses that the sellers/banks are entertaining your offer. You will waste so much time looking at every property that you place a offer on. Unless you know the area well and the a certain property is at a lower price than normal, then I will advise to go look at it if the banks are requiring you to do so in order to entertain your offer.


Reynold Orozco

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