Once a deal between the buyer and seller is struck, it would be shameful to have it fall apart over an occupancy disagreement. As with other aspects of the deal, compromise must come into play. If this means that the seller must move out of the house earlier than he or she would like, then it may mean moving into a rental unit to make the deal. Otherwise , the seller may be willing to accept rent from the buyer if the seller has the flexibility to wait as the buyer prepares a move. If circumstances do not permit a smooth transition of occupancy, each party must be prepared to do what it takes to make things work. Helping both buyer and sellers come to an agreement that is mutually satisfying to both parties, whether it is the price, move-in date or any other aspect of the transaction is makes Realtors an asset to real estate.
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