Tuesday, September 24, 2019 / by Alison Bognuda
Don't think you're out of luck if the property you want to buy already has an accepted offer. Did you know that it's not uncommon for buyers to fall out of escrow? By writing a backup offer, you place yourself in line to be considered should the initial purchase not come to fruition. Check out this incredible scenario where 3rd in line ultimately got the house!
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Tuesday, September 17, 2019 / by Alison Bognuda
Why is nobody talking about this? Here's a look at a situation that came up in real estate this week. Is it possible for a seller to back out of selling their home once there's a signed contract? There are many specific circumstances that can arise during a home sale which give the seller an opportunity to cancel the transaction. Same goes for the buyer. Listen up as The Keenan Carter Group discusses options and their experiences.
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