By Colleen Kane, CNBC.com
A big contributor to this stress is when hope for nesting gold is dashed into disappointment. Usually a real estate listing doesn't spell out the big problem(s) that will drive away potential buyers.
Sometimes a house's serious issues are implied between the lines of the "For Sale" listing. Everybody knows to beware of the "handyman's special," but it might be wise to heed phrases like "for the right buyer" with caution as well.
Other times, however, there's no clue. Homebuyers just have to go see, and then flee, for themselves.
What are some common examples of these deal breakers-the immediate turnoffs that cause homebuyers to strike a house from their list of candidates?
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