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Purchase Offers
After just a week on the market, your Realtor has brought you a terrific offer to purchase your house--it is less than the asking price, but more than you expected. The buyers were reasonable and well qualified. After talking with your agent, you decide to accept the offer.

After the agent leaves, you start thinking about what you have just done and feel terrible. You wonder if you acted too quickly--maybe you could have gotten more! You fear that the buyers will let your garden go to seed and pull down all the beautiful wallpaper that you just put up.

These fears are such a common phenomena that they have been given a name--"seller's remorse"! It is perfectly normal to feel this way, especially if you are selling a home where you have lived for many years and which holds many memories. "Seller's remorse" is almost always temporary. It is quickly replaced by the excitement of moving into your new home!

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