multiple offers on a home?

In a multiple offer situation most agents and buyers automatically assume that all offers made must be at either full price, or near full price.  These speculations/assumptions can push biddings artificially high fueling buyers to pay a higher market price.  What is often ignored, or undisclosed, is the possibility that the competing offers can be...

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