I'm about to make a bid on a home through my realtor. We both agree the seller will probably not bend much on price (long story) so I have about 3 other properties I am prepared to look at if the 1st seller and I can't agree. My bids are based not only on comps but against what amenities I want in other homes that I may bid on. I'm not a low-ball bidder but since it's a buyer's market right now I have extra leverage to consider these extra things in my bids.
So, do realtors mind their buyer essentially lining up a handful of homes to bid on (one at a time)-as in, if we can't work out a deal on house A, I'm ready to bid on house B. If house B doesn't happen, I bid on house C, etc. This creates extra work for the realtor-drawing up each bid as we go through this process until I can strike a deal-like I'm almost expecting a few of these deals to not work out. What's a realtor's opinion of this kind of tactic? Thanks.