Windermere Agents Excel in Multiple Offer Deals


Multiple Offer Situations

Did you know that 44 percent of home sales involve multiple offers? In fact, buyers working with a Windermere Real Estate broker are 18.4 percent more likely to win the sale in a multiple offer situation.* Our brokers work tirelessly to make sure that you not only have the best representation in the pool of offers, but that your offer stands out to the seller.

Multiple offers graph
Change in market share in multiple offers vs. non-multiple offers.

Here’s Why Our Windermere Brokers Are Most Successful…

Windermere Real Estate brokers help position their buyer’s offer to have the greatest appeal to the seller. They also receive extensive training on how to create the most competitive offer and negotiate successfully in a multiple offer situation. Our brokers regularly receive the highest real estate education to stay ahead of real estate strategies, regulations, and everything else that helps make your offer come out on top.

At the end of the day, it’s all about reputation. Brokers are more confident in completing a transaction with a broker from Windermere than they are with any other real estate company.**

If you’re thinking about purchasing a home in the Seattle area, make sure you have a Windermere Real Estate agent on your side. Multiple offer situations are not a rarity in our market, it’s important to make sure you’re represented by the best.

*Based on single family home sales in King County from January 1-October 31, 2015 that closed above list price. New construction and short sales were excluded.
**Based on a 2015 independent study of NWMLS brokers who closed six or more transactions in the previous year.

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