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A Note to Buyers and Sellers: These May Be the Best of Times!

Typically, a real estate transaction can be described as “one party’s gain is another party’s loss.” There is, however, a very unusual situation that exists where both buyer and seller can win in a transaction. Today, the current economic climate makes this traditional confrontation more accommodating so that both buyer and seller can achieve their goals in a sales transaction without hurting the other party’s position. Clearly, these positive economics do not resolve all of the differences that may occur in a real estate transaction, but, given reasonable expectations and measure of goodwill, the current economic climate will allow buyers and sellers to more quickly find “common ground” where they can both meet their objectives…

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