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I am under contract to sell my property. My attorney claims my file is "too thick", and so she will charge a few hundred dollars extra. Her agreement with me states that she will charge extra if my case is "unusual". I don't know what is normal and what is not. So for some background: (1) The house had inspection issues, which the buyer and I negotiated via email (she and buyer attorney were on the cc and they forwarded each email back & forth) . (2) The contract had an appraisal clause that allowed re-negotiation of the sale price if the appraisal came in low - which it did. There were about 4-5 days of negotiation which generated several emails. For those in real-estate law, do these two factors look unusual enough to warrant extra charges? Please advise.The transaction involves a residential property. The property was rented out for the last two years, and has been vacant since May 2013 being for sale.