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there is a house i seen for sale i would like to buy an pay cash for but i want to ask if they will take another figure
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December 05 2012 - Central City
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I have some wonderful friends who are REALTORS® down in the Corpus area. If you would like shoot me a reply and I can refer you over to them.

A good REALTOR® will help you negotiate a fair price and take into consideration that you are paying cash.

Let me know if there is anything else you need!

Best,
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December 07 2012
Consult with a local Realtor, and get their opinion.  You can interview a few agents if you don't feel confident about the first one, etc. 

In Southern California everyone "and their neighbor" seems to have a pile of cash laying around, and all cash offers even in the 600k+ range are not uncommon.  Just warning you that if your local market is as hot as ours, your cash will at least give you a better shot at winning a bid than a financed offer -- but you may not get the "discount" you are expecting.

Best wishes from So-Cal and good luck
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December 06 2012
You can always negotiate lower on a home.  First you have to look at the value of the home and determine if it is priced low, just right or too high.  Your offer should be based on value.  Another factor that will determine perhaps a higher offer, will be whether or not there are multiple offers on the home.  If so, it changes the game...

Hope this helps.  Good luck.  Shayla Twit, Sarasota FL Realtor
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December 06 2012

I agree with the other two answers. You definitely have some negotiating power when paying cash. If you contact me we can have an offer written up today. And when you utilize the services of a buyers agents my commission is normally paid by the people who are selling the home, so I'm free
I look forward to hearing from you.

Fiona.

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December 06 2012
I suggest contacting a Realestate agent to represent you and write your offer then have the agent submit your offer to the seller. 
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December 05 2012
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Put together a purchase offer with the other figure and present it to the seller.   It may be prudent to engage the help of a buyer's agent.
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