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How do You Know When to Push and When to Keep Quiet?
I finally got the call from my wonderful DC clients that they had a contract on the home they had been trying to sell for the past six months. "Yay," I told them, "Now we can get serious about looking for your dream home down here in Charleston."
"Not so fast." Iwas told. And my buyers went on to explain that they wanted to wait until they closed on their current home in the end of June, pack up all their belongings, move them into a short-term rental property in Charleston and only then begin to look for that dream home.
My excitelment for them took a nose dive when I thought about all the extra time and money they might waste (and lose) if they did it this way. I understood that they only had about six weeks to get a lot done... he had to transfer his law practice over to its new owners, packing AND finding their new home. But she's retired and extremely organized. And I knew they had done a great job of "de-cluttering" prior to putting their home in DC on the market and had many boxes already in a storage facility, ready to go right ... more

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