How to repair relationship with house after closing experience from hell?

My husband and I have been under contract for our dream home for several months now. It’s a 1927 French Tudor and we just love it.

Unfortunately, the closing process has been deeply frustrating at every turn. Our agent, our attorney, and the sellers’ attorney all agree that they’ve never worked with sellers this difficult. Every step of the way has been a fight, and we can’t help but feel negatively about the whole deal now. It has been truly terrible with delay after delay due to poor planning on the sellers end.

We are first time homebuyers and want to have a wonderful experience moving into our first home. Does anyone have any suggestions on how to “bond” with a house and turn negative feelings around? Any tips for how to “cleanse” the house of them lol?

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My husband and I have been under contract for our dream home for several months now. It’s a 1927 French Tudor and we just love it. Unfortunately, the closing process has been deeply frustrating at every turn. Our agent, our attorney, and the sellers’ attorney all agree that they’ve never worked with sellers this difficult. Every step of the way has been a fight, and we can’t help but feel negatively about the whole deal now. It has been truly terrible with delay after delay due to poor planning on the sellers end. We are first time homebuyers and want to have a wonderful experience moving into our first home. Does anyone have any suggestions on how to “bond” with a house and turn negative feelings around? Any tips for how to “cleanse” the house of them lol? submitted by /u/liriocharismo [link] [comments]

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