First Weber Group
Certified Distressed Property Expert
It's difficult to give you an answer without knowing the terms of your contract. You mention a per diem so I'm assuming this may be an REO. Many REOs have passive contingency periods (meaning the time is up on them even if you don't remove them in writing). Please confirm with your agent if this was a passive or active contingency. If it was an active then you should be ok.
The Carrabba Group
Keller Williams Hollywood Hills
You are asking a legal question that depends on details we don't have access to. Start with your agent, if you are not satisfied with the answers go to their broker. If you still don't have a straight answer I would collect all the papers you signed in relation to this purchase and sit down with a Real Estate Attorney.