Rejection of an offer to buy or sell, with a simultaneous substitute offer.
An answer to an offer, which changes certain terms of the original offer. Making a counteroffer, at law, entails rejection of the original offer.
In real estate, a counter offer is the rejection of one offer and the substitution of another as part of the negotiation for property.
Responding to a contract offer with changes to some of the terms of the original offer.
An offer made in response to another offer.
An offer that both rejects the original offer and also sets terms for a new offer.
a return offer made by one who has rejected an offer.
When the seller or buyer responds to a bid. If you decide to offer $100,000 for a home listed at $150,000, the seller might counter your offer and propose that you purchase the home for $140,000. That new proposal, and any subsequent offer, is called a counteroffer.
The process whereby InterBox participants negotiate the exchange of containers and vessel slot capacity. When one party makes an offer, another party may accept that offer or propose different terms in a counteroffer. This negotiation-based process ensures that all participants in InterBox have the opportunity to seek the terms they prefer.
an offer made by someone who has rejected a prior offer
a communication by the offeree that proposes to add, subtract, or modify the terms of the offer
a counterproposal from the offeree to the offeror
a different offer made in response to the initial offer
a new offer, and it voids most of the terms of the original offer
a rejection of a buyer's offer with a simultaneous offer from you to the buyer
a rejection of an offer
An offer made in return by one who rejects an unsatisfactory offer.
An offer made in response to an offer (instead of acceptance) and having the effect of rejecting the original offer. For example: A offers to buy B's house for X dollars. B does not accept the offer, but responds by offering to sell to A at a higher price. B's offer to A is a counteroffer.
An offer made by a buyer or seller to the other party, responding to the asking price or a subsequent adjustment to that price to complete a purchase of sale.
A new offer made by the offeree modifying the offeror's original offer. Can go back and forth with the buyer and seller changing roles as offeree and offeror.
A new offer made as a result of another offer, which cancels the original offer.
Response from a seller to a buyerâ€(tm)s offer. A counteroffer is typically higher than the buyerâ€(tm)s offer and lower than the original selling price of the house except when there is a buying frenzy. In this type of market, counter offers can and will be higher than the asking price for a house.
An offer made in response to an offer received. Essentially it rejects the original offer.
A new offer made as a reply to an offer received. It has the effect of rejecting the original offer, which cannot be accepted thereafter unless revived by the offeror's repeating it.
An offer to extend credit on different terms than the applicant originally requested.
A reply to an offer made for a house or property.
If your original offer to the vendor is not accepted, the vendor may counteroffer. This means that the vendor has amended something from your original offer, such as the price or closing date. If a counteroffer is presented, the individual has a specified amount of time to accept or reject.
Rejection of original offer to buy, that includes a new offer to consider.
When an original offer to the seller is not accepted, the seller may counteroffer.
A response to an offer.
Written response to an offer that changes one or more of the terms and conditions of that offer.
One party's written response to the other party's offer during the negotiation of a real estate purchase between buyer and seller.
A rejection of the original offer by proposing a new offer, thereby terminating the original offer Covenant A warranty. guarantee, or promise formally given in a legal document
Rejection of a purchase offer by submission of another offer with different terms (such as price or closing date). A step in the negotiating process.
A step in the negotiation process where a seller rejects a purchase offer from a buyer, but then submits another offer with different terms (such as price or closing date) for the buyer to consider.
response to an offer to purchase property, usually requesting a change in the terms set forth in the buyer’s offer.
The rejection of an offer to buy or sell that simultaneously makes a different offer, changing the terms in some way. For example, if a buyer offers $5000 for a used car, and the seller replies that he wants $5500, the seller has rejected the buyer's offer of $5000 and made a counteroffer to sell at $5500. The legal significance of a counteroffer is that it completely voids the original offer, so that if the seller decided to sell for $5000 the next day, the buyer would be under no legal obligation to pay that amount for the car.
A new offer made by the buyer or seller with new terms, conditions or sales price in reply to a previous offer. The counteroffer supersedes all prior offers.