Since the deal has already closed, I honestly don't know if you can do anything about it. The time to object to this was when you signed the contract!
Best of luck.
Best of luck!
Kindred Real Estate
CA DRE # 01402946
Pacific Sotheby's International Realty
Didn't you put anything in writing?
It's a little late now to lament.
Just hope they move out when they're supposed to.
By the way - do you have an agent?
It all depends on your contract and what you agreed with seller. If they are renting back for 12 days then you probably got credit for 12 days and that usually is negotiated ahead of time.
Please do talk to your REALTOR to find out what your contract says.
Best of wishes and congratulations on your new home.
Did you actually close? The day that you signed the paperwork and the day that you close are not usually the same day. If you have extended closing to the 12th, then escrow will adjust the prorations to the date of closing (taxes will also be adjusted). If the seller is renting back from you, and you did close, it should have been accounted for in the agreement for them to rent back. If you agreed to let them stay without compensation, then that is what it is.
Also, these are all questions that you should ask your agent. They should be your trusted source to guide you in all matters like these!
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