The process of selling a cabin can be stressful and disruptive. My spouse and I were still living in the house while it was listed. All of us had a more than two-year-old daughter and a six-month old daughter at the time. Every time the real estate agent wanted to show the house, the people I was with and I needed to vacate. My spouse was often at work while I was cabin with the kids. The showings would disrupt nap and meal times. I’d pack up the diaper bag, popcorn and toys and take the kids to the park for a few minutes. I’d also make sure to thoroughly clean and tidy the house before leaving. This process was exhausting, then plus, the 1 time the people I was with and I returned, someone had genuinely played with my son’s toys, she noticed and was undoubtedly aggravated. I thought that once the people I was with and I had a definite buyer, the selling of the cabin would be straight-forward. However, the people I was with and I then got involved in all sorts of negotiations. The customers couldn’t get a loan on the house unless the people I was with and I installed a railing on the basement stairway, installed a new heating/cooling idea and had the septic tested. All of us went back and forth on whether or not the electrical panel needed to be replaced. We’d lived in the house for nearly more than five years and never had troubles with the stairs, temperature control or plumbing. Suddenly, the people I was with and I were expected to invest tons of money into a property the people I was with and I were moving out of. By the time the people I was with and I signed the papers at the closing, the people I was with and I were not feeling undoubtedly friendly toward the customers of our home.