No show. A “no show” contingency is the opposite of a “continue to show” contingency. This means the seller agrees to stop showing the home during the closing process. It provides additional security for the buyer, and sellers typically agree to this arrangement if they feel confident that their buyer will come through
What is the difference between under contract show and no show?
Under Contract-Show Listings'Under Contract' listings can be broken down into 'Show' and 'No Show. ' These properties are 'Under Contract' with a buyer. Show listings can still be shown for another buyer to make a backup offer. Some MLS systems in other parts of the county may call this status 'Backups Requested.
What does show offer mean?
What is the difference between offer show and pending?
Pending, Release/Continue to Show: An offer has been accepted, and contingencies have been met, but there is still some release or "kick-out clause" for one of the parties. The seller will still show and accept offers in this case. Pending, Do Not Show: The sale is essentially a done deal.
What is a ghost offer in real estate?
The term ghost offers likely was originated by a disgruntled realtor who was aggravated with local investors who would make offers on properties, get a contract on them and then not close when the time came. Often, these investors would cancel the contract under their inspection period clause.
How do you present offers?
- Foster a spirit of cooperation. Use the word "we" and not "my".
- Get face to face. Before, during and after.
- Pick a neutral location. The office!
- Pay the seller a compliment.
- Take control of the presentation.
- Safe Island everyone.
- Present your offer.