Best of Luck,
I am pretty sure that nobody here on Trulia can give you any kind of answer to your question.
But 1st of all anyone will need to see the written and fully executed sales contract, if any amendments have been made they were hopefully done in writing and 2nd I sooooooo hope that YOU the seller
had a Real Estate Agent representing you in the negotiations, i.e. a listing agent and hopefully you had also hired a real estate attorney to review the contract and keep all changes agreed upon in writing to have legal records of all that transpired...
If all was or at the end was verbal agreements, you need not only to sit down with your Realtor but
definitely with an experienced Real Estate attorney to figure out the legal side of your arrangements
and if you have any recourse - legally at all.
Be very careful, now you need really professional assistance!!!!
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In order to provide you with an accurate answer any real estate professional would require a copy of the contract and all documents.
Hopefully you have an agent representing you. Immediately request a meeting with your agent and their broker of record. Discuss the situation and come up with a plan. Leave the meeting and recap the exchange in writing to the parties in the room. Make sure a tight deadline is decided upon and include it, also include the name of a real estate attorney that you have hired.
You must keep everything with everyone in writing in order to protect yourself. If you do not have an agent get an attorney immediately.
Ana Barlow, Realtor
The Barlow Group at Keller Williams
No. 1619 Walnut Street
Philadelphia, Pa. 19103