No lie, things sucked a bit of late. I hadn't appreciated the difficulties of living in a marketed house--namely, you can't live in your house anymore.
Every work morning before leaving, make bed, clear all dishes from the sink, hide the bubbler and lay down a layer of Febreeze.
But it goes beyond the daily cleaning, the mid-week cleaning, the weekly cleaning. It goes beyond hastily vacating my house for an hour at a time nights and weekends and having them still show up early without identifying themselves and you own a .357 loaded with hollow points.
And yeah, the coming down naked thing wasn't fun--though no sex offender sign is in my yard so I dodged that bullet. So it was a relief when this happened today
Of course at any point during the Due Diligence period they can back out and only be responsible for blah blah etc. But I hope they get it.
They sent a letter. It was nice. I think they'll love this house.