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Home Selling in 95835 : Real Estate Advice

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Hyatt Simons, Real Estate Pro in Sacramento, CA
Sun Feb 2, 2014
Hyatt Simons answered:
Perhaps you are referring to the Residential Purchase Agreement? In the case of any offer if it is allowed to expired before signing, the offer is no longer valid and cannot be used to create a binding contract. The reason for this time limit is so that the offeror does not find themselves unexpectedly in a binding contract sometime in the future. Typically with a Residential Purchase Agreement provides the home seller 3 days to respond with a signed contract, a counteroffer, or to not respond and allow the offer to simply expire. I would imagine that your agent should be available and working alongside you to explain this and ensure that offers don't expire before you have a chance to decisively review them. Hyatt Simons, REALTOR | HyattSimons.com | 916-508-1891 | calBRE# 10889685 | Coldwell Banker ... more
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Doug & Bud Z…, Real Estate Pro in Placerville, CA
Wed Jul 25, 2012
Doug & Bud Zeller answered:
Great question! You and every stiuation is unique, so seek advise form at least 2 local professionals.
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