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Thursday, June 7, 2007

Well, she changed her mind

We were beginning to worry about her last week shortly after she signed the contract. She kept bringing people over to see the place and asking questions that she should have asked prior to signing a contract. We could force the issue because she is bound by the contract, but we have decided to just forget about her and call back the other people who showed interest in the house. This is such a roller coaster. I am trying to be upbeat and not let this get me down, but it is hard. We cannot make an offer on the new house until we are closing on this one, so it is a waiting game.

2 comments:

Amy said...

Good luck! I know it's hard to wait on other people to do something; when it's something you have control over, it's easier to take. (At least it is for me!)Especially when it's something that you've been looking forward to like you have with this house. I know it sounds hokey, but keep doing what you're doing; you'll get there!
Our old house, by the way, is about to go on the market again. Our buyers didn't work out, either. :(

Anonymous said...

Dont you just love wishy washy people that have no quarms with using you as their own personal yoyo. The only thing you can do is just say you know we didnt want to sell our home to you anyway, and move on.

Dad