I've been researching the buying process and found as you'd expect an unconditional offer usually trumps the same $ offer , less strings attached faster less fuss for the vendor. Maybe I just have the definition of un conditional incorrect . My understanding is an offer is made with finance pre approved no building and pest required. Usually a short settlement . I'm having trouble understanding how anyone would be able to offer unconditionally wouldn't most lenders require a p&b , then there's contract to review, legal checks etc. Does the buyer simply have cash ? Firstly can someone clearly define an unconditional offer ? How does a buyer get the position of being able to offer unconditionally ? Sorry for the silly question but I'm a newbie at a loss to find an answer and I'm dealing with a RE that is pushing for a quick turn around on a house with a lot of issues .