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2 bidders enter, one shall leave
Hi all, I'm in the not so envious position of selling my parents house. Long story short, there are 2 bids on the house
the original bidder is now the high bidder (after counter offering), but is coming in with 0% down VA loan
The second bidder is coming in with an FHA loan and a down payment, but the bid is lower, (about 5k lower or about 1.5% of the current bid).
The thing is am I crazy for going with the lower bid? The lower bid would be moving from an apartment, (and has 2 small children) which means they have the pulling-on-the-heartstrings vote...and in the grand scheme of things, 5k isn't that much...
ah the joys of getting old