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(Prices and inventory current as of Jun 30, 2022)

See Pictures and updates (icon)See photos and updates from listings directly in your feed

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Save your search (icon)Save your search and get new listings directly in your mailbox before everybody else

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Be Prepared for Challenges to Arise

Be Prepared for Challenges to Arise

When you make the decision to sell your home, you need to be aware you are opening yourself up to a lot of uncertainty. While there are absolutely steps you can take to ensure the process runs smoothly, there are always unforeseen events that may throw your pending sale off course. As a seller the best thing you can do is anticipate these challenges and be flexible. Things may not work out exactly as you pictured, but the important detail is that the deal gets done!

A real estate transaction is one of the largest financial decisions most people make in a lifetime, and it requires a lot of people and paperwork to make it happen. Be prepared for things to potentially get messy, and embrace this as part of the process. Your main goal should always be to mitigate financial loss, while remaining aware that timelines are bound to change along the way. 

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