Asked by Skry, Jenkintown, PA • Fri May 13, 2011
I'm selling my house. We've had one potential buyer and one more scheduled. The comments from the first PB were that the house showed well, they were interested, but were concerned about a slopping driveway in the back (which could be leveled off but we never found the need with ample street parking). And a too small family room in the basement - most folks don't even have fixed up basements. I can't change either of these, but can address them, ie;, we never needed parking out back and closet could be removed in family room to make room bigger. Realtor suggests writing a dear PB letter to put in the house for showings to address these two issues. Do you think this is a good approach or does this point out possible problems that some may not even realize? Would it give someone ammunition to lowball a price?
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