In a seller’s market, demand and competition for properties is high. This gives seller’s a clear advantage—and because of that advantage, they’re typically not willing to budge on the price of their home. And if you ask them to come down on price? They’ll often go with another buyer.

But just because it’s not advantageous to ask sellers to bring down their home price doesn’t mean you can’t ask them for anything. A recent video from realtor.com outlined concessions sellers may be more agreeable to during the home purchase process—even when the market is on their side—including:

The Takeaway:

So, what does this mean for you? If you want to successfully buy a home in today’s seller’s market, it’s probably not in your best interest to ask the seller to bring down the price. But that doesn’t mean you can’t ask them to work with you on anything—and even if they won’t budge on price, understanding which concessions sellers may be agreeable to (and asking for them!) can ultimately help you save money on your home purchase.