Making an Offer

To communicate your interest in purchasing a home, we will present the listing agent with a written offer. After we present your offer to the listing agent it will either be accepted, rejected, or the seller will make a counter-offer. This is when we negotiate terms of the contract if necessary.

The step-by-step contract procedure for most single-family home purchases is standard. The purchase agreement used is a standard document approved by the Georgia Association of Realtors, or a GAR form.

The purchase agreement or contract constitutes your offer to buy and once accepted by the seller becomes a valid, legal contract. We will then need your earnest money check.

Elements of a Purchase and Sale Agreement

Items We Negotiate:

  • Price

  • Terms

  • Closing Costs

  • Possession

  • Contingencies

We will work through all of these together!!