If Buyer has removed all contingencies, is ready to close and you refuse, the buyer can't simply cancel. They first must serve you a Demand to Close Escrow. Upon that notice being served that would normally trigger a 3 day period to allow you to comply and the deal to close. If you do comply with that notice and escrow is ready to close, then the buyer can't cancel. If you do not comply then you are in breach of contract and the buyer can sue you for damages and/or sue you to force you to close escrow. The above is not legal advice and you should consult an attorney for the specifics of your deal.... more
Well it all depends. The key is to determine the type of renovations one should concider.Some renovations will bring and justify the value and some will be a waste of time and/or money. Some buyers are looking for the perfect move in condition home and others are looking to do their own thing. I wrote a blog on this a short time ago.... more
They were presumably flippers and sadly there is no way to have avoided this unless you made their deposit non-refundable and most savvy buyers would not go for that.
Good luck. At least you still have the listing and it will sell again.... more
First, seller's escrow fees are normally debited from the seller's proceeds and paid to escrow and all other providers at close of escrow....they wouldn't necessarily have to pre-pay any of those expenses so your question doesn't make a lot of sense. Additionally, the purchase agreement should spell out the division of fees between buyer and seller so double check your contract who is paying for what. It is escrow's job to then carry out the elements of the contract and as concerns escrow fees, they would simply debit the seller at closing.... more
When you refer a buyer or seller to another Realtor, you are NOT going to be the one who has any liability in the transaction. Only the agent who receives the referral is subject to liability in the way of disclosures, errors & omissions, etc.
If you are a real estate licensee, you would just sit back & let the other agent do the work & you would receive a previously agreed upon referral commission when the deal closes.
If you're nervous that you're going to refer a friend to an agent you have in mind. Maybe you'd like to just refer them to me. Read my profile, see that I've given over 1700 well thought out answers to consumers since approx. 2007 & I will take care of them.
Shoot me an email directly, or give me a call, I don't look back on this same Trulia posting for Replies or other answers posted after mine.
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Realty ONE Group
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If you are referring to earnest money, & you did not default to the terms of the contract, then you should receive your deposit back from whomever the escrow deposit holder may be as long as an earnest money release has been signed by buyer & seller. You need to ask your agent.... more
I'd be more than happy to assist you and answer any questions.
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Are referring to a specific property?
Please feel free to contact directly to go over the process or to ask any questions.im happy to help!
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Every brokerage company offers something different and has different fee structures. I would ask yourself, are you looking for leads from a brokerage or team or are you going to start up your own business from scratch. Most companies don't give out leads and you have to start from scratch. There are some companies that offer lots of training like Keller Williams but they do take a large percentage of your commissions. So I would call around all the companies in their area and ask:
1. What is commission splits
2. What are desk fee's
3. What do fee's cover
4. Are they any training, do I get a mentor
Then from there try to see what your needs are and find a company that fits your needs.... more
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Hello Nader444m, the real estate market in Pacific Palisades is very strong right now but there are also a lot of good deals. Give me a call directly and I would like to discuss more about what you are looking for such as how many bedrooms and baths, my phone number is 310-923-2334 or you can also email me directly at email@example.com
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Have a great day,
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