Hope this helps.
DO NOT......consider relisting it until you are absolutely clear that you can do so without creating additional problems. Don't make a bad situation worst.....
This is not intended to be legal advice but it would seem that the property should remain off the market until the buyer has signed the escrow release documents. Other wise you could be selling the property twice, opening a whole other "can of worms."
If they are saying that they need a few more days to close because of their lender, we have requested that they do a prequal with a lender that WE trust. If your lender says that there is no problem, then it will most likely take way less time to get them closed than it will to give them a few more days (even 2 weeks) than it will to find a new buyer and get them through the closing process.
If your lender says no or they won't let talk to him, big red flag.
Where is your agent on this?
Or your title company? They should be on top of this.
If you don't have these things and you need a good real estate attorney call Bob Wilson at Lawyer's title.
If you don't have a realtor and you just need some questions answered feel free to call my office.
Sheila Goff 214-908-5878
Lynn911 Dallas Realtor & Consultant, Loan Officer, Credit Repair Advisor
The Michael Group - Dallas Business Journal Top Ranked Realtors
But no, technically you couldn't. But let the attorney explain to you.