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How to deal with buyer clients making lowball offers

The home was perfect for the agent's client. Listed at $389,000, the property was close to her top choice school (where she wanted her son to attend). And with the lowest price-per-square foot in the area, it could only be described as a bargain. There was just one problem: The client only wanted to offer what the seller would likely see as a lowball number -- $30,000 less than the asking price.
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