Step-by-step instructions on making an offer

Register your property bid with 4 simple steps

Once you are ready to place your bid on a property, go to the property page, then you simple place the amount you want to offer in the amount field and click the place a bid button. A bidding form to confirm your details will then appear. The following bidding steps will be needed from the users side, providing the necessary information such as confirming the bidding amount, financial ability, bidder’s registration agreement and lastly a registration fee. Placing a bid can only be legally binding after the bidding process has ended and only if both parties involved sign a reservation agreement or a purchase agreement.

1. Bidding Amount

When bidding on a property, it is important to make sure that the amount you bid meets your financial ability. The bidding amount should be above and over the starting selling price of the property. Placing a higher bid than you can actually afford may result in you being unable to follow through with the purchase, so it is important to be realistic when bidding. The bidding form submission is a binding contract, so make sure you are certain about the property before making an offer.

2. Proof of Funds

Financial ability is require for a property purchase at bidding. The winner is selected by its financial ability. All offers to purchase property must be accompanied by a financial statement or proof of funds, demonstrating that the buyer has the means to complete the transaction at the amount of his/her offer. There are a number of means by which someone can finance the purchase of a property, including cash, mortgage approved and mortgage process. To prove that you have sufficient funds, we require a letter of offer or approval in principle from your mortgage lender. The combined amount of the cash and mortgage approval must be at least the amount of your offer on the property.

3. Bidding Registration Agreement

When you register to bid on a property, you are agreeing to certain terms and conditions set forth by the agent. This agreement secures that you are bidding of your own accord and that your bid has been placed with the authority of the agent representing the property. By entering into this agreement, you are ensuring that the bidding process is fair and square. This agreement also protects the agent from any legal action that may arise from the bidding process. If there are any disputes or misunderstandings, this agreement will help to clear things up. Ultimately, this registration agreement is in place to protect both the bidder and the agent involved in the property bidding process.

4. Bidding Registration Fee

A registration fee is held from the buyer for submitting its bid and entering the bidding competition. The purpose of the registration fee is to ensure that only serious bids are submitted and to offset the costs associated with running the bidding process. Registration fees are just one of many factors that potential buyers must consider when deciding whether or not to participate in a bidding.

Legal Obligations

When you place a bid on a property, you are essentially making an offer to the seller to buy the property at a certain price. However, this offer is not legally binding until the bidding process has ended and both parties have signed a reservation agreement or purchase agreement. Until then, either party can back out of the deal without any legal repercussions. In case you are possibly the winner and prior the bidding ends you will be contacted to provide more informations about your financial ability of purchasing the property. If you are the successful bidder, you will be required most likely to provide a reservation deposit and sign the reservation agreement prior the final purchasing agreement. The reservation deposit is usually 10% of the purchase price. Ultimately, whether or not a bid is binding is up to the parties involved and can vary depending on the situation.

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