1. All written and contrary offers submitted to a seller and/or the buyer and not accepted are clearly rejected and signed by the seller and/or buyer. There is no specific time frame for counter-offer. A seller and a buyer can agree on the deadlines and change them whenever necessary. Although the counter-offer is a simple form, which consists of a page, it takes time to complete it. Difficulty can occur when the counter points are indicated on the initial conditions. So you should think about every argument you make to make the meter supply as efficient as possible. In addition, the counter points, enter the date of the initial agreement, give your name and the name of the buyer. The second part of the offer is the acceptance of a counter-offer. A buyer must complete it and indicate the exact date on which the offer was accepted. Send the customer one (1) copy of the signed offer or counter-offer and another copy to the other party.

2. If a seller and/or buyer refuses to sign a rejected offer or counter-offer, the agent submitting the offer or against the offer must notify this fact by indicating the time of day and the date of rejection of the offer or counter-offer. In addition, the representative is also required to obtain signatures on the offer/counter-offer declined and to make available to his client and the other party a copy of the offer or the rejected counter-offer signed. “important documents” and “non-essential documents” are not distinguished. If a document relates in one way or another to a real estate transaction, that document is “important” and should be managed by the broker. As a general rule, a counter-offer is made to propose new terms and conditions or to change the existing terms of the initial offer. When it comes to real estate, a seller who sends a counter-offer may disagree with certain points and points in the initial offer. Often it is the price or the calendar. There is no limit to the number of meter offers. If the parties fail to reach an agreement the first time, they could send counter-offers back and forth until they finally find common ground.

Fill in your counter-offer and send it to the buyer of the property. You can do this by email or send the offer directly to the buyer. 3. A copy of the offer or counter-offer declined, signed by the Seller and/or the buyer, or a copy of the rejected offer or counter-offer, with the representative`s note, is made available to the person who refuses the offer or against the offer. In addition, a copy of the offer or counter-offer declined or of the offer or counter-offer listed is returned to the other party within five (5) days. There are no mandatory documents that must be attached to the counter-offer. A seller can provide additional documents to prove his or her point of view. In addition, the agent must keep a copy of the rejected offer/counter offer in his file. In general, the counter-offer form is an offer made in response to the initial offer. Typically, two parties are involved in the process. In this particular case, the parties are the buyer and seller of the property. The counter-offer is initiated by the seller.

For its part, a buyer can accept or refuse this counter-offer. In accordance with the above law, it is recommended that agents submit all offers/counter-offers to their customers. If the client refuses the offer or counter-offer, the agent should activate the “Refusal” box and have his clients sign the refusal. If the client refuses to sign the refusal, comment on the refusal. In accordance with the rules and regulations of the Louisiana Real Estate Commission, Chapter 39, Section 3907: Your use of this website is subject to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.