Ted Goldman and Tobi Zion combined their furniture and artwork after they were married and moved to a carriage condominium in West Chester. (Michael S. Wirtz / Staff Photographer))
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Again and again, sellers do things that peeve potential buyers, says McKay Price, assistant professor of real estate finance at Lehigh University. From trying to limit the ways a buyer can pay for the home to walking off with chandeliers, drapes and other items that are supposed to go with the house, sellers do (intentionally and unintentionally) lots of things that drive buyers nuts.