If a tenant offered you $20,000 for property and told you not to be insulted, What is he trying to say or mean?
HE KNOWS I PAID $30,000 FOR IT
- LollyLv 71 month ago
What difference does it make? It's a business proposition, nothing to judge an emotional response about. A simple "no" is enough.
- 1 month ago
it means he or she values where he/she lives in
- LLv 41 month ago
Just laugh your head off and walk away.
- DanLv 51 month ago
If offended, you'd get upset and tell him off. If not offended, you may make a counteroffer. There is a market price you can look up.
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- fireflyfliesbyLv 71 month ago
It means what he said. He's aware it's a lower offer, but he's still making the offer. You're not required to accept it. I'm not sure why you're getting emotional about this. It's just business. Don't like the offer? Politely decline.
- Coffee DrinkerLv 71 month ago
It means he's willing to pay you $20k for the property, and if you think that's too low he doesn't want you to be offended or insulted. Perhaps that is all he can afford to pay and he thought it was worth a shot to see if you wanted to cut your losses and sell.
- R PLv 71 month ago
Who cares what he means. Just politely tell him No Thanks.
Just like the last time you asked a variation of this question.
- John AldenLv 71 month ago
He feels he is lowballing you.
- 1 month ago
It's just what he is saying.... Either he thinks that is what it is worth, or that is what he can afford. I look at a lot of real estate. It is not uncommon for someone to have overpaid (particularly at the height of the "stated income" mortgage boom, and then end up selling for 2/3 of that price later..... Real estate is worth what someone will pay, and that is all it is worth.
- OnlookerLv 71 month ago
Perhaps that they think it's worth more, but that's all they can afford.