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Fri Jul 26, 2013
David Gardner answered:
It depends on why it went past the closing date. If the delay is on the Buyers side sometimes there is a fee. When making the offer go over the details with your agent.
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Fri Jul 26, 2013
David Gardner answered:
That is normal when when buying a REO property. They have had to overnight paperwork the day before closing on several that I have dealt with in the past.
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Wed May 15, 2013
Susan Murphy answered:
This is one of those situations where you know something is wrong, but you feel you've gone too far to turn back. Sometimes you have to go the distance and sometimes you need to let it go. If its not right that's what you need to do.
You haven't mentioned a deposit in your question, but if you made one you have a valid reason to demand it back since the title is not free and clear. Remember this is a business deal and put your emotions aside including any feelings you have that this is the "perfect home" for you. You may come back to this deal later with better terms if you show you are willing to walk away.
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