It is quite possible the agreement could have been for a year. I know some agents that will do standard 3 or 6 month agreements. Some like ... more
a. utilities be on through close date.
b. Have all receipts furnished at closing
Lynn911 Dallas Realtor & Consultant
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It has to be disclosed on the HUD-1 Settlement Statement at the closing. The lender should be aware of this prior to closing so they can approve it also.
Edith YourRealtor4Life & Chicago and Northern Illinois Expert
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The answer--contained for certain in the agreement--is "probably yes."
You say there was never an executed lease. OK. So? Read ... more
It depends on the terms of your specific contract, which your Realtor should answer for you. Generally speaking, no, your deposit is not in jeopardy until after you have removed ... more
It happens all the time. Unless the agreement is in writing and signed by both parties, the verbal acceptance you received from the seller accepting the counter offer is n ... more