The answer to whether your home is a teardown may not be black and white or predetermined.
It's hard to imagine the market turning when, every month, properties are selling for higher and higher prices.
If you're a buyer in today's crazy market, I truly have empathy and feel your frustration.
Given that homes are selling extremely quickly, you don't want to go on the market too soon.
For savvy sellers who are strategically waiting for the best time to sell here's my advice
The answer to who gets the deposit back is not always black and white.
It is very important to include a physical-inspection contingency so that you are going into the transaction with your eyes wide open.
If you own a beautiful flat piece of land, a bright home with a great floor plan, a home in mint condition on a great street or a home that would be suitable for every lifestyle, you have got it in the palm of your hand.
There are two times in the marketing process when a seller typically has big hopes and expectations.