If you've ever bought a home, you've probably written one. If you've ever sold a home, you've probably received one. They are called "buyer love letters" and their purpose is to convince sellers to accept their offers. But these letters can also be legally dangerous... for sellers.
When it comes to making an offer stand out from the rest, buyers will often write "love letters" to sellers with plenty of gushing complements about the home, and promises about how the home will be maintained. But some lawyers say they create a "seller beware" situation, because they can also make sellers vulnerable to discrimination lawsuits.
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