When you make an offer, you want to put your best foot forward. If you and your offer are taken seriously, there is a better chance you’ll have your contract accepted.
Your offer package should achieve two goals: (1) communicate the terms of your offer (of course), but also (2) build your credibility.
If your reputation as an experienced investor precedes you, then ignore the rest of this article. But if you’re a newbie, then listen up! Otherwise, your chances of getting your offer accepted dwindle.
Because communicating your credibility is such an important part of the offer-making process, your “Offer Package” should be more appropriately called the “Credibility Package.”
In this article, I describe the components of a good offer (emm, I mean credibility package).