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Advice please to choose a realtor who is sensitive to the situation and compassionate when someone who has lived in a home for decades has to move.I keep interacting with realtors who have dollar signs in their eyes 

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Keep trying to find someone who has compassion and patience. Someone who can work with your needs before their own. Real estate is a very busy market right now. I work with mostly semi retired to retired buyers in my area and it’s a relationship before the financial aspect if they are good realtors.  Good luck there are good people out there.  

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