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Hey Lisa,The short answer is no. And if you're able, I would also consider stating "seller willing to help with buyer's closing costs" too.I'm a buyer's agent and my clients are looking for the home that's in true move-in condition. I'm also seeing my well qualified buyers a little short on cash as well (no surprise, right?) so if you can assist a buyer with closing costs, that will help.But today's market where there's so many houses for sale, and so few qualified buyers, you not only need to make your house visually stand out from the competition, you need to make it monetarily more attractive (without lowering the list price).Do whatever you need do to get the buyers into your door, and disregard information that's older than 6 months. Pay for closing costs, pay for one year's condo dues (if applicable).But from reviewing your past postings, you seem pretty on top of things so keep moving forward with your positive attitude!Happy New Year!Frank
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