Selling and moving from a beloved home can be an emotional time, so try to be sensitive. Your seller may be comforted to hear how you will cherish and enjoy the home.
Anna and Nathan wrote, “From the moment we stepped into your beautiful home yesterday afternoon, we knew it was the one for us. We could picture ourselves hosting dinners and game nights with friends and family, cooking together in the kitchen, having a cup of coffee on the front porch, and enjoying walks around the neighborhood.”
You may earn extra points if you tell the seller you’ll honor the integrity of the home – especially if it’s a historical house. Sellers of special homes often view themselves as custodians of the property, so don’t share any plans of knocking down walls. Don’t even mention redecorating the house as it could be insulting and cause them to skip to the next offer.
Most important: Be sincere – and use spellcheck! If you speak from your heart, you may touch your seller’s heart and soon have the keys to your dream home.