Where one or more parties has offered on a property, usually at the asking price, the buyer may decide to go to sealed bids. A date is set by which you are asked to put forward your best offer. The seller then chooses the buyer he would like to go forward with. Note this is not always the buyer who has offered the most. See How to Really Make an Offer for more information on how to handle sealed bids.
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