Just Make An Offer Colorado Protects Its Buyers

Dated: 06/16/2018

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Just Make an Offer! Colorado Protects its Buyers

I often come across clients who are looking a a house they adore, but worried there might be one small flaw.  What about my dog? What about the HOA and my planter box food garden? I like this house, but I want to wait a few days to think about it before making an offer.

The good news is you are at zero risk to make as many offers as you want. In Colorado, Buyers are 100% protected. You can back out of your contract at any time for any reason and you’ve got time before making a deposit. Even if you make your deposit, there is still plenty of time to find out the answer to all your questions before closing with no risk of losing your deposit. You can make inspections, find out the specific by-laws of the Home Owners Association (if there is an HOA), and find out all the details on permits and building on that lot while under contract.

Denver is a competitive market, and getting an offer accepted is a victory. You’ve got nothing to lose and everything to gain!  You could make 12 offers in one week, have 4 accepted, and pick the best one. SO go ahead and make some offers! What are you waiting for?

Stay positive and call me.

Your Optimist Realtor, Shannon Brady

(720) 572-9174

Text ‘BradyBunch’ to 85377 to download my mobile business card


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