If the Seller has submitted an invitation to a new offer, it means they do not agree to all the terms and the original 'offer' has not become a contract.
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If it was just an offer.. then no one really agreed 100% to everything, so there is no binding agreement.
Need a bit more of the full picture to be able to truly answer your question.
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Your best bet is to ask your Agent to explain in detail the contract and the process to you.
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There is no contract if you didn't sign the amendment.
Sounds like you are trying to buy a foreclosure.
If that is the case, chances are if you don't sign the amendment there will be no contract ever.
It will change the buyer friendly contract to a seller friendly contract, but they will likely accept no less.
Of course we are guessing here.....we don't have enough details.