A $low offer might be acceptable

Some $Low offers are acceptable. They are “workable” and are often  negotiable. Sellers should not  be offended, or not consider, low offers, particularly if their home is overpriced.  Consider that  a well written  offer on a home takes  considerable effort and time, on the buyer’s part, and indicates a more serious intention to  buy.  Furthermore, if the Buyer’s Broker presents the offer to the Listing Broker IN PERSON and that Buyer’s Broker is able to point out “comparable” sold homes to justify their offer price,  there is a good chance seller and buyer will be able to negotiate an acceptable price in addition to  other offer variables.  Finally, price may not be the most important variable of an offer. Closing dates, inspection or financing contingencies, earnest monies can be deal makers or breakers.