12-17-2013, 07:10 AM
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No how, no way. There are WAY more downsides to this….in fact, I cannot see an upside. What is to say they will take the horses after a year? If you are in the US, the market is slow this time of year. I would tell them no and let them sit. If it sells to someone else-oh well, but I would bet it won't and in another 4-6 weeks the market will start to pick up for spring, leaving you (and every other buyer out there) with more choices, and these folks with more competition to sell theirs. I have found over the years…via my DH who can be a real stickler for details in contracts-no matter HOW much I love a house….if we lost it we always have ended up with a better one. There is ALWAYS another, and these folks need to understand that they are not the only option around. Stand firm. Trust your gut because usually if you think it stinks it does.