No Word.

Tuesday, August 9, 2011

The repeat showing was at 6:00 p.m. tonight. It was another hectic day at work, and we rushed home to do a last-minute pick-up of the house before hustling out the door just prior to the appointment.

We went to Home Depot to pick up a few painting supplies we need for the new house.

By the time we returned, the prospective buyer was gone, and unfortunately, we haven't heard a thing since then.

We're not sure if that's a good thing, or a bad thing.

Yesterday, when they left after the first showing, they called our realtor right away, saying that while our place was beautiful, they were "just starting the search" and "not ready to buy." And then six hours later, we found out that things had apparently changed, and we were now in the "top 2."

And now, we know nothing more.

Please continue to send positive vibes our way (we certainly appreciate all of your kind thoughts and words so far!). We're just anxious to have some kind of an answer either way.

Our realtor says that like most buyers, they probably just want to talk it through and then sleep on it, and he'll follow up in the morning. Until then, we are on pins and needles. C'mon, baby.



Lyn August 10, 2011 at 1:14 AM  

Good luck! Still sending "sell your house" vibes your way (and the way of the prospective buyers!)! :)

JGL August 10, 2011 at 9:02 AM  

Fingers crossed! We had our first showing yesterday so we're just starting the roller coaster (and we moved to our new house six weeks ago). Unfortunately we got a "no further interest" because they liked the house but not the way the garage is positioned behind the house. Grr. We can't move the garage. Seriously hoping your second showing leads to a sale!

Sara August 10, 2011 at 3:53 PM  

Good luck with the buyer. I was just reading your twitter feed and I saw the comment about your new house and the previous owners not leaving. I would suggest they pay you rent for that day you are unable to be there for. Maybe that will push them out faster.

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