Open Door Negotiation

I have an open door offer on my house. Its a good offer (180ish) but they want an additional 7kish for repairs. That seemed super high for what the agent said was “Paint, gutter cleaning, and Hvac inspection” Tried to negotiate that and they shot it down.

One realtor who doesnt work in the area said its an offer that I should take.

A similar house just sold (pending close) this weekend for ~225K (nicer brick and extra bath vs vinyl and single bath). Called the realtor who sold the 225k house to take a look at my house, waiting on that. Not looking for 225, but it seems 200 might now be the market value. For my more standard house.

My offer expires on the 2nd, but this 225k house makes me think I should use it as futher negotiating tactics . Anyone have any success with open door negotiations? If I just let the offer expire, can I go through the process again?

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I have an open door offer on my house. Its a good offer (180ish) but they want an additional 7kish for repairs. That seemed super high for what the agent said was “Paint, gutter cleaning, and Hvac inspection” Tried to negotiate that and they shot it down. One realtor who doesnt work in the area said its an offer that I should take. A similar house just sold (pending close) this weekend for ~225K (nicer brick and extra bath vs vinyl and single bath). Called the realtor who sold the 225k house to take a look at my house, waiting on that. Not looking for 225, but it seems 200 might now be the market value. For my more standard house. My offer expires on the 2nd, but this 225k house makes me think I should use it as futher negotiating tactics . Anyone have any success with open door negotiations? If I just let the offer expire, can I go through the process again? submitted by /u/XIGRIMxREAPERIX [link] [comments]

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