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By Ophelia - / Wednesday 8 June 2016 04:05 / United States - Hudson
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By  jentrynicole  |  20

Time to find a new realtor and get a second opinion. Maybe you just need someone who is actually willing to help you find ways to sell your house, not someone who isn't willing to work with you and make it better.
That's assuming that your house actually isn't something that needs to be bulldozed with a little work.

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By  jentrynicole  |  20

Time to find a new realtor and get a second opinion. Maybe you just need someone who is actually willing to help you find ways to sell your house, not someone who isn't willing to work with you and make it better.
That's assuming that your house actually isn't something that needs to be bulldozed with a little work.

By  Xcizer  |  17

Guess you could say your house looked pretty *puts on glasses* homely. YEEEEAAAAH!!!

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  kirkaygri  |  18

Empty lots are always worth lot more if it's in the right neighborhood than a lot with an unwanted building on it. It's hard to get a house bulldozed, inspectons, permits, the actual cost of having it torn down, and then you have to pay to have everything removed and got forbid there be lead or asbestos in the house; if there is, it costs thousands and thousands to be disposed of.

By  faifai_fml  |  17

My parents (who are pushing 70) live in a house that hasn't been renovated since my stepmother grew up there 60 years ago. You can only get 30 seconds of hot water from the showers, the toilets are stained black, and the whole place smells like mildew. They don't see anything wrong with it and don't understand why they should renovate when they're ready to move into a retirement community.

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  kirkaygri  |  18

There are people who would jump at a house like that. I'm one of them. The more original the better. I'll work around the issues until I get exactly like what I want. I'd love a house that's almost pristine 50's. They're called time capsules and sought after in some markets.

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