Rule #31: Divorce or family crisis does not always lead to lower priced real estate.

Rule #31: Divorce or family/financial crisis does not always lead to lower priced real estate.

Rule #31: Divorce or family/financial crisis does not always lead to lower priced real estate. Rule #31: Divorce or family/financial crisis does not always lead to lower priced real estate. People could be angry. One side might want to sell and the other not. If it’s a divorce they are both getting half. Half is smaller than a whole. The split could be amicable. For a personal financial crisis, the seller may need a certain amount.

Next rule: Rule #32: You may find your next home before your Realtor does.

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