house for sale in small 'dying town'...
My best friend lives in a small town of 16,000+ a lot of mosquitoes!LOL The town's survival depends on two manufacturing plants with no new hires, plus doctors/dentists, and a very small amout of other professionals who may periodically move in or out.
Her home has been on the market 14 months, with only a handfull of lookers, and one rejected offer, by a woman who asked for the LR furniture AND a termite inspection, which had already been done. Her so-called inspecter(BIL)saw rotten wood at the botton of a garage door from older, previous damage that had been taken care of. When I talked to her last night, I told her to take it off the market ASAP. She said she can't since she's in a contract with an agent. My concern for her is prospective buyers are seeing it over and over, and probably wondering what's wrong with the house, or the price is too high. Her retort was, 'what about new people looking that weren't last year?' What could/SHOULD she do? ;o)
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