Limiting Intrusions - Posted by DJ

Posted by JT-IN on September 17, 2005 at 10:01:20:

This will eliminate tire kickers. Of course it may depend upon how hot your market actually is, as to whether you can demand to do business this way.

What you will find is if someone isn’t interested in commiting on paper, then maybe they are just browsing, not really interested in making a purchase. This will reduce the number of showings drastically. If they are a buyer, then write the contract containing all terms, etc. first, and the offer is contingent upon insp by purchaser within x number of days, and purchaser shall then have 48 hours from date of insp to submit a letter of cancellation to Seller… That way you are hopefully only showing to those who are ready to do business.

Good luck on it…


Limiting Intrusions - Posted by DJ

Posted by DJ on September 16, 2005 at 13:39:38:

I am in the process of selling part of my portfolio. I have a number of potenital buyers who want to look at the units. How can I keep the intrusions to my tenants to a minimum? Especially since my tenants don’t know I am selling.