Never, ever, do real estate with the seller’s family. My husband and I decided to officially plant roots in Las Vegas by purchasing a house. Husband: Hey, guess what, a co-worker wants to sell her home! Me: Oh wow, what are the odds? Must be a blessing and meant to be! No. That’s not always the case. A few days ago, I sat silently while the real estate licensee (seller’s sister) tried to set up a meeting with my husband. Apparently, my credit hasn’t reached the mark yet, which is totally okay, but it’s like hey I’m still here. Can someone besides my husband acknowledge I’m part of this?
I will be a first-time home buyer, so I guess that makes me a virgin, but I always imagined real estate agents were equally respectful of both the buyer and the seller. I may be a virgin, but that doesn’t mean I don’t have feelings. 😉 This contract is contingent on our credit, so if this doesn’t pan out, I totally understand. For what it’s worth, I would love to check out empty houses to feel the realtors’ vibes and previous owners’ energy left behind. Although, open houses do not sound appealing. I imagine the crazy realtor from American Beauty.
Incidentally, Designer Showcase’s April round will actually be a closed house on April 30, so if you haven’t made it by there, check it out. I hear there will be a brand spanking new location. Now, those are positive vibes.
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