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(Prices and inventory current as of Oct 6, 2022)

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

Share with you friends (icon)Share your favorite listings with friends and family

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

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Everything Works Out In The End

Everything Works Out In The End

The end goal of a property transaction is for both the buyer and seller to come together and say yes to both the price and terms of an offer

  • It’s very uncommon for either party to be completely satisfied or feel like they’ve achieved the perfect deal, because such a thing does not exist! 

There are many factors that go into the final price, including the market and the condition of the home, and it is inevitable both the buyer and seller may be left disappointed about some aspect of the transaction. 

If you make it to this stage of the process, you can be very excited about your new home! Be thankful that negotiations were successful and that the seller has agreed to sell you their property, which was ultimately your end goal! 

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