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Old 04-01-2015, 09:09 PM   #11
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Old 04-01-2015, 11:43 PM   #12
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Lol. You never know what a seller will do. When I bought my first house, the prior owner stole the Bel-Aire window out of the back door. They also quit mowing the back yard (it was 3 feet tall weeds by the time escrow was over), and they tossed dirty pampers off the back porch into said weeds. They also dropped those small chocolate Easter eggs onto the carpets and ground them in. Some people are pigs. This was in 1977, when I was about 22 years old. Quite an education.


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Old 04-02-2015, 09:32 AM   #13
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Lol. You never know what a seller will do. When I bought my first house, the prior owner stole the Bel-Aire window out of the back door. They also quit mowing the back yard (it was 3 feet tall weeds by the time escrow was over), and they tossed dirty pampers off the back porch into said weeds. They also dropped those small chocolate Easter eggs onto the carpets and ground them in. Some people are pigs. This was in 1977, when I was about 22 years old. Quite an education.


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X2 on that, my experience wasn't quite so bad but in purchasing my most recent home, the termite/dry rot inspection turned dry rot in the wood of the covered patio so the seller tore the patio down and said there you go dry rot all gone. My real estate agent was on top of things and pointed out to the sellers agent a clause in the purchase contract that says 'the property must be maintained as it was at the time of the offer' so the seller had to build a completely new patio cover, instead of only replacing the bad wood.
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On my last trade my dealer removed my washer & dryer & my trav'ler satellite and installed them back into the new coach and I kept all my sewer stuff.

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