How To Come Out On Top In A Real Estate Bidding War

By Kaitlin Ugolik (March 12, 2013, 8:48 PM EDT) -- Low inventory and easy credit mean the race is on to snap up the best real estate assets that come to market, pitting buyers against each other in increasingly common bidding wars that experts say can best be won with a clear plan, flexible expectations and proof of financing.

A multiple-bidder situation was once a common expectation when looking to buy or sell a property in many markets across the country. During the downturn when deals were less common in general, it was less likely that a buyer would have to fight for a property, but as the market continues its...

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