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Selling the Farm

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Re: Selling the Farm

Post by ESquared » Thu Feb 13, 2020 8:39 am

Sage words from PT7 on the reality of real estate. Patience is the biggest factor. As great as your property is, as much as you have put into it to make it everything you want it to be, it has to align with what someone else is seeking, and sometimes that takes time.

It WILL sell, as long as you have the patience to put up with the process. And, as you now know, you've been able to thin the herd in the process.

All the best!
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Re: Selling the Farm

Post by BrokenolMarine » Thu Feb 13, 2020 9:09 am

Yup, patience. We won't give it away, that's for sure. :D
As I said early on... Worst case, we just got a lot of needed honey-do's knocked out, accomplished an extreme declutter, and practiced packing... If it doesn't sell. ;)
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Re: Selling the Farm

Post by fortyshooter » Fri Feb 14, 2020 5:13 pm

Tennessee sounds like a good place in the rolling hills! Pick some high ground though what with all the flooding they got in Eastern part.
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