Price reduced; price improved; new price; a gentler, kinder price; “priced to sell” (what home isn’t?); motivated seller, super motivated seller, uber motivated seller.
How about, “Seller will give you the house!”
It’s been quite a week, hasn’t it, starting with that surprise mini-tornado Sunday, and black-outs across Dallas since about 2 p.m. Sunday.
If you were at an open-house Sunday when the storm hit, what did you do? I was at home and terrified. I had friends at Costco, where they pulled everyone inside and shut the metal doors, I had friends ON THE LAKE (holy high water), I had a husband on the Trinity River canoeing,
I know many offices didn’t get power restored until Monday or even Tuesday. Our power in North Dallas, which was hit quite hard, came on Tuesday by noon but went out again the next night, several times. The Oncor guys are working up and down the street, some who came in from Illinois to help.
So we really don’t need any more bad news in Dallas, but I have been meaning to write this for awhile: how many ways can you say, “price reduced”?