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Old 03-29-2017, 06:46 AM
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Default House for Sale

Does anyone have a letter to parents explaining that they are selling their house?

I want to put all the info in a note home so that there is no confusion on whats happening.

I plan to stay open until we move, giving people a 30 day notice when we accept an offer. But I also understand people may move on earlier. I just don't want people thinking this means the contract is null and void, and have people skipping out without notice, etc.

Any advise would be helpful!!
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