Very few offers are accepted as written. Purchase contracts usually need to be negotiated and diplomacy is essential in order to keep things moving in a forward direction.
While the bottom line (price minus seller expenses) always seems the most important element; the remaining ingredients in the contract need a thorough examination also.
These are standard questions and probably only a few that need to be addressed and put in writing.
Every transaction is different and every transaction comes with its own set of questions and concerns that need to be carefully considered, negotiated and reduced to writing.
Give and take is necessary ... compromise is essential.
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