This is our advice to people working to sell their own property, "real estate transactions are complex, and hence, you may really want to consider professional representation".
As Sinead stated, you cannot have it both ways. You want our advice and not have the the representation a professional can provide.
We suggest you use Google for your answers rather than continuously posting here. We do apologize if you find our response abrupt, just know you have to abide by what the contract states.
Best of luck to you,
Mark & Kari Shea
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Yikes! This is not the way to buy a $100K plus investment!! This is the 2nd question you have asked the forum and I am very concerned for you in this transaction! You cannot possibly cobble together what should and should not be done in a real estate transaction via questions on a website. You need a Realtor!
It's hard to answer your question without seeing the contract that you used.
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