Check with realtors in your area. If they're worth a grain of salt, they will know the average selling price versus the average offer price. For us, the selling prices were about 97% of the offering prices. My wife and I decided that this was the minimum discount we would allow.Also, unless it is a heavy duty commercial refrigerator, it is only worth $100.00. Look in your paper, no refrigerators/freezers sell for more than $125, regardless of year/options, etc.When my wife and I negotiated our house (closing this Friday), $5k was a big deal to us. Consequently, we got the property for $3k less than we were willing to pay. $3k is a nice new refrigerator and a new bed.Also, since this is a fsbo, be sure to have a clause in your contract that you can back out if the appraisal isn't up to snuff. This will cover you, if they have priced it ridiculously high.Just my humble opinion.
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