You and your buyers reached an
agreement and signed all the paperwork for the sale of your home. After all of
the documents were signed, however, the buyers began to get a little
"crazy" and started making additional demands.
It is important to remember that people are
rarely at their best when they are buying a house. The buyers may be suffering
from "Buyers Remorse"--that intense feeling that they have paid too
much and the house is going to fall down as soon as they assume ownership. They
may start questioning the fine points of the structural integrity of your home
or ask you to include your new washer and dryer and power mower in the
transaction. Most buyers are easy to do business with, but don't take it
personally if your buyers begin going through the "home-buying
jitters". An important part of a Realtor's job is to do the necessary
"hand holding" to get them happily settled in your home.