Asked by Kelly, 17361 • Sun Jun 14, 2009
Our home has been on the market for one month. We received one contingent offer, which we refused, as we didn't want to deal with the hassle of contingency. Recently, our circumstances have changed and some personal and work issues have come up. Namely, my husband is worried about job security (due to new layoffs at work and other complicated issues) and he has herniated discs that haven't responded to physical therapy and likely require surgery. We talked to our realtor today and told him we are now uncomfortable with selling our home. Unfortunately, just last night he received an offer on our home (BELOW asking price) and is pushing us to sell. He says he will fine us thousands of $$ if we take our home off the market. WHAT TO DO? Should I keep it on the market and just refuse any and all offers? Can we get in trouble by refusing a full asking price offer? Should we up the asking price to ensure no one will want to buy our home? I am sick of this sleazebag & need help! Thanks!
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