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36% of home sellers say the process left them in tears, with millennials and parents far more likely to cry at some point during the sale.

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Zillow was out Monday with this revelation: Selling a home is one of the most stressful experiences in modern life, second only to a relationship break-up.

More than three quarters of Americans who have sold a home in the past three years say it was a stressful experience, and it could easily become more stressful as the market slows and turns in favor of buyers. According to a new Zillow® survey, 36% of home sellers say the process left them in tears, with millennials and parents far more likely to cry at some point during the sale.

Of those who cried, 20% shed tears five times or more. It’s no wonder. In a world of hyper-connection and on-demand everything, selling a home traditionally is one of the few things that has not gotten easier over time.

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