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Firm Offer

An offer to buy a security, company, property or anything else in which the price is not subject to negotiation. For example, one may make a firm offer to purchase a $400,000 house for $500,000 provided the seller makes all requested repairs. In this situation, the seller may either accept or decline the offer, but he/she cannot change it.
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We have not had any firm offers for Charlie and he is still a QPR player.
My firm offers dependent care flexible spending accounts that allow parents to use pretax dollars to pay for childcare.
Despite some tentative approaches from interested parties, Peace received no firm offers for his stake.
Israeli firm offers eight-channel PWC programmable weighing controller.
Long-time clients look to their firms as trusted advisers, but many of them may not understand ElderCare/ PrimePlus services or know that the firm offers them.
CBRE's recently instituted Wheel program for instance--named for its method of rotating participants through the firm's many different departments--promises to educate its young brokers in the many different services the firm offers, from appraising, to consulting, to finance.
He added: "At the moment, we are just talking to one or two people, but there are no firm offers at this stage.
Payroll audits are another service the firm offers.
But Bob, who changes jobs at 35, 45 and 55, gets only pounds 92,291, because each firm offers him a preserved pension of just 10 sixtieths of his pay on leaving.
With a 25-year proven history and an experienced staff of 250 employees, the firm offers start-to-finish, in-house digital and traditional marketing solutions including strategy development, direct marketing, loyalty marketing, market research and analytics, creative, production, photography, printing and distribution.
Firm offers $5,000 for information regarding Tinley Park murders
For accelerated laboratory and outdoor testing, the firm offers five laboratories and 23 outdoor sites around the world with a variety of climates, including desert, subtropical, high-altitude and corrosive.