When Jacob Knoll left Manhattan last year to rent a home in New Paltz, N.Y., about a 90-minute drive from the city, he waited to see how much he liked the town before committing to buy there. Now, that hesitance is costing him.
Homes in New Paltz are selling quickly, in some cases nearly as soon as they hit the market, and sellers are calling the shots. Mr. Knoll found a three-story brick house he loved last month, but he was told the owner was only considering all cash or financially guaranteed offers.
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