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In Halifax let the Seller pick the closing date

Totally sounds crazy right? But as stressed as you are to find a home, the seller maybe as well. OR there could be other circumstances such as:


1. Waiting till the kids finished school

2. Their new purchase that is being built was delayed

3. It is pending their posting message


The above 4 scenarios are just a fraction of the reasons why it would be advantageous to allow the seller to pick the closing date.


 
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