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How to move on from your dream home? Grieve the loss

The five steps of homebuying grief.

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When you miss out on your dream home, you just need to grieve. So Elizabeth Banks is here to help you get through it quickly. And, when you’re finally ready to start searching again, try for your best chance to find that dream home.

Still processing your real estate feelings? Here are more ways for how to move on.

Cry it Out
Let it Out
Cheer Up
Laugh it Off

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