Stunning handmade Lokta paper from Nepal! Waiting to be showcased in one of your art projects!
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markers and coloring implements are back in stock!
rocking one of our chemises - and they’re having a sale!
These neat old Ford cars belonged to oil tycoon Waite Philips. They are now on display at his mansion in the Philmont Scout Ranch.
I shaved my legs for this photo (but clearly did not get a pedicure). #TGIF
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...When I walk along some railroad track and find...
We do stick training. It’s an old method old method. Almost forgotten in my opinion. I was 15 when I was taught this method. This is great for dogs that lunge, pulls, barks at the world. Hard to get there attention. The stick is a guide. It is another way of getting the dogs attention to communicate to the dog. Zeus completed week 4. The pressure was on to get him trained. Because his owner had surgery this month and physically cannot deal with any kind of pulling. He was also dangerous while eating. He is now trained and rehabilitated. #pawsdownbestdogtraining #elpaso #elpasodogs #uppervalleyfarmersmarket #newmexico #elpasohumanesociety
Duuude, there's nothing more upsetting from a seller's standpoint than receiving an offer that's super low, low ball offer!!!! What's low? What's normal? How do you respond? Let's face it, we all have a number we're willing to accept and not accept. Can we get more? The market will certainly determine that, and you also don't want to let time destroy you. So here are some thoughts to consider:
1.) Most sellers accept offers or negotiate around/within 3-5% of list price. So anything beyond 5% is considered somewhat low. Why? Because it may not give the seller a chance to reduce by 3-5% (most common reduction range) and locate another buyer at this "new price"
2.) If an offer is lower than 10% of list price, it's definitely considered a "low-ball" offer!!! In some cases, sellers get so offended they just flat out reject!! 3.) When may a seller possibly consider a lower offer??? Well.... when it makes it easy to sell, it can certainly open up the pathway. All cash (liquid), no contingencies, is as good as an offer can get. This means there are no hoops to jump through during the offer where a buyer can "change their mind". It can certainly sweet up the pot.
4.) Most buyers like contingencies and inspections for peace of mind, and therefore a seller would rather keep testing the market.
Be wise in your offers, and of course your bottomline in accepting.
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