As far as your contingencies expiring, the CAR contract requires contingencies to be removed in writing, they don't expire passively. However, I have no idea which contract you used and your terms and conditions.
The above is not to be construed as legal advice as I am not an attorney, it is simply basic background on a real estate issue that pops up from time to time. Please consult with an attorney to seek a legal opinon and course of action. Good luck.
To be honest, the first thing you need to do is get a better agent to represent you. One who will actually represent your interests and fight for you.
I would appreciate it if you picked my answer as the "best" :)
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If you still wanted the hone, your buyer's agent should have been more proactive in getting a response...but then again, I know we are hearing only one part of the story.
Wishing you well - but it sounds like this deal is gone. Move on! It wasn't meant to be!
Buying this house may not be a possibility for you now. You cannot force the Seller to sell to you. You may have legal recourse for your expenses due the the Sellers lack of "good faith efforts"
I hate to sound harsh but the CAR purchase agreement clearly states time is of the essence for a reason. If you and your lender can not perform the seller has a right to cancel.
The only responsibility of the seller is to hand over the house in its current condition per the contract. If you feel or need more than that and they won't your only two choices are stick it out and back out.
I'm sorry your Realtor did not make that clear from the beginning.