Do offers typically come in at the last minute when holding offers with no conveyance until the offer review deadline?

It’s noon now, we are to be reviewing offers at 8pm tonight after a week of showings. We’re in Ontario in a major city if that helps. So far our agent hasn’t received any offers (aside from a low preemptive several days ago). The house is a little underpriced (quite possibly the nicest house in our price point) and we have had quite a few showings.

For those who have experience holding offers until a deadline, is it normal that they come in at the last second? It’s so stressful! I know that it can be unpredictable, but what would be a reasonable expectation for when (assuming there will be some) will arrive?

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It’s noon now, we are to be reviewing offers at 8pm tonight after a week of showings. We’re in Ontario in a major city if that helps. So far our agent hasn’t received any offers (aside from a low preemptive several days ago). The house is a little underpriced (quite possibly the nicest house in our price point) and we have had quite a few showings. For those who have experience holding offers until a deadline, is it normal that they come in at the last second? It’s so stressful! I know that it can be unpredictable, but what would be a reasonable expectation for when (assuming there will be some) will arrive? submitted by /u/neverguessmyname [link] [comments]

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