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    A couple of evenings ago we knew the owners of a flat accepted our proposal of purchase, but yesterday evening we knew by chance that the flat is 10 years older than what the real estate agent told...what to do now???

    Jan. 18th, 2008
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    (shot published on Caring.com in this entry)

    r_zv_n, heyjudegallery, and 55 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. Gabi Butcher 87 months ago | reply

      desi.italy Rough laws!!! I don't think here it's like this... we would be able to step back, remove the proposal, I think. The renovation part is true... I was just hoping it was in a better state... hope everything works out!

    2. the Italian voice 87 months ago | reply

      @ Gabi: Thanks, I hope the same....Italy is just going down down down....I'm starting to hate to live in this Country, it has wonderful places and foods, but no good politicians and laws, grrrrr!!

    3. queenvanna creations 87 months ago | reply

      *gah!* the stress!! good luck with whatever happens!

    4. Sollie79 87 months ago | reply

      OMG, that's not good news, I guess. What will you do?

    5. Luke Stearns 87 months ago | reply

      I like this picture, though I'm sorry it was inspired by a difficult situation. 10 years age difference could mean something that's not so big a deal if it is already somewhat old, or maybe more of a problem if you thought it was new. Either way, it's troubling when the your agent doesn't have the facts straight, or even worse if they are being dishonest. Good luck!

    6. satrelogan 83 months ago | reply

      Obviously I am a big fan of your photos...I've used this one in another one of my blog posts on Caring.com:

      www.caring.com/blogs/caring-currents/will-you-act-f-a-s-t...

      Thanks so much!

    7. the Italian voice 83 months ago | reply

      @ satrelogan: Sure, I'm very glad you like my photos and you can use what you want; if you tell it every time, I can also add your link into the caption of the pic which you want to use ;-)

    8. beagungself 82 months ago | reply

      May I borrow your picture, for my facebook account?
      Thanks for your kindness.

    9. the Italian voice 82 months ago | reply

      @ beagungself: Sure, you can take the pic, if you can I'd appreciate also a credit, thanks in advance!

    10. catherinecw 81 months ago | reply

      Very cool pic! I've used it (with a link back to you page) on the Real Business website:

      www.realbusiness.co.uk/business-comment/5315206/the-appre...

      Cheers.

    11. the Italian voice 81 months ago | reply

      @ catherinecw: Thanks a lot for using my pic and for mentioning my page, I'm delighted!!

    12. andreacampos0 55 months ago | reply

      Thanks for the interesting pic. I used on my blog and I gave you credit.
      brite-talk.com/we-dont-need-to-know-a-thing/

    13. jasecampbell 55 months ago | reply

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    14. GAS25 54 months ago | reply

      Your picture was perfect for my blog post here:

      www.floorcalls.com/what-can-real-estate-agents-learn-from...

      Thank you.

    15. RandomChick1 45 months ago | reply

      Love this photo! Am using it on my blog here:

      randomchickblog.com/radio/

    16. MoreSatisfyingPhotos.com 37 months ago | reply

      I used this photo on my website (www.FatFreeMarketingGroup.com) with credit and a link back. Thanks for making it available.

    17. Career Flux 31 months ago | reply

      Hi Desi,

      I have published this nice 'Question Mark' picture by you in an article on my blog at the following link:

      www.careerflux.com/how-to-convince-your-boss-to-let-you-t...

      Please visit the article at the link above and see if you like it.

      Thanks for the nice image.
      Mona.

    18. BrettsFitnessTips 8 months ago | reply

      Thanks for the image Desi, sorry to read about your dilemma. Hope it all worked out. I used your image in a post about low carb diet basics lowcarbsuccess.org/what-is-a-low-carb-diet/

    19. h.murs 7 months ago | reply

      Hi! I’m sorry that this photo was inspired by a very stressful event, but I have to say that this image is brilliant. I hope everything was sorted out between you, the owner, real estate agent.

      Also, thanks for putting this under the Creative Commons License. We used it one of our blog posts. You can read it here www.ltcoptions.com/determine-hybrid-policy/. We credited you at the bottom of the article.

      Holly Murs
      Online Content Director
      LTC Options

    20. Nguyen Vu Hung (vuhung) 4 months ago | reply

      Thanks for the picture.

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