The Journey, Part 4
Now that we were settled into our (finally) permanent housing, we set our attention to selling the house in the state we had left so that we could be free to purchase a new one in the area we had moved to.
At first, the chosen realtor for the house we had left behind indicated that it would be difficult to sell the house since it was older than the ones around it. However, her broker finally agreed to list it for a certain price. Within a week of it being listed, several interested buyers had already looked at it, and two offers were made. One of them was higher than the other, so it was accepted.
Nonetheless, there were some stipulations attached to the higher offer, including the house passing a rigorous and thorough inspection for loan approval. Many believed that this inspection could not be passed without a substantial amount of money being invested to bring the house up to the lender's standards. What's more, hurricane season was approaching in the area where the house was.
TO BE CONTINUED...
- 22 Aug, 2020
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