Don’t let the Blastards get you down.
A refusal to allow early occupancy, turned into an endless, streaming rant on the other side. Sad that someone would feel entitled to throw a tantrum simply because they were told NO.
Too many things can go wrong and the liability lies on the homeowner's shoulders for any number of situations, such as:
- accidental falls
- evicting occupants if loan goes south
- theft of personal items once they move in
- property damage due to negligence, etc.
Nowhere in the contract does it say that a homeowner is required to open their doors to EO before the transaction closes and records. Protect the client’s best interests by discouraging early occupancy.
People with narcissistic tendencies will boast about themselves attacking the credibility and knowledge of their opponent. They often cross the boundaries of professionalism, making it personal.
The best advice I can give, is to avoid engaging.
Everything in writing ensures that everyone is on board, rather than high spirited conversations and idle threats that go nowhere. They are a form of bullying and strong arming, used to intimidate.
Some real estate transactions get tedious at best and the greatest advice I can give, once again, is to always stay to the professional side. Don’t let the blastards get you down!
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