That said, I understand your request for a Release from Contract to be signed by all parties involved. Most brokerages require this just to be safe.
I would get the brokers involved at this point. Have your agent's broker, or yourself if you don't have an agent, contact the buyer's agent's broker. If you need me to look this information up in the MLS, just contact me.
Contact a local Real estate attorney. Ron Isgate has an office in Doylestown and Ivyland (cell) 215 620 7110 and I would highly recommend his services. I am sure that is not going to charge you to answer a simple question but if you are in need of further assistance he would be the first peron I would call.
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Check with your agent to see if your area has a â€œwithdrawal of offerâ€ form. In our market, we use the â€œwithdrawal of offer â€œform when a buyer wants to withdraw an offer. I have found it helpful to send a withdrawal of offer in writing to the seller even if the seller will not sign the form. Notate when the withdrawal form was sent to the seller for your records.
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