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I've been there, but I ended up moving before the house sold. I couldn't stand the constant barrage of people coming over to look at my space. The real estate agent and my landlord gave me a day's notice, but I still stressed about my personal things. I also had two dogs, so I had to make arrangements to get them out of the house, which wasn't easy as I was in school at the time and couldn't always be there. Its not like selling your own house, where its in your best interest to show it as much as possible. Its an inconvenience.
Sorry I don't have anything positive to say. Moving was a PITA, but I didn't love the apartment anyway.
Sami , wife to , mama to Tate 10/14/05, Kaleb 12/17/07, Bram 3/13/10-11/17/12, Alden 2/1/12, October 2014
Most likely, the buyer would want you to stay. However, it probably would be in your best interest to have the apt looking as neat/clean as possible. That way, the prospective buyer will want you to stay as their tenant.
It happened to us last year. The people who wanted to see the house mainly came in the evenings when we were already home. I did not extra housework for it. None at all. And did not change our routines at all. So if the person happened to come while I was doing dishes, etc, so be it
As it ended up, the buyer kept us as renters because we had a glowing report from the old landlord. Hopefully the same happens for you.
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