This happens often on the bank owned foreclosures, since the owner of record changes, sometimes several times before the property is listed. I've had a similar issue where it was just a quit claim deed that needed to be signed, and it was a matter of who needs to sign off. Unfortunately it probably says that if the buyer needs to extend beyond the agreed closing date there will be a $100 per day charge, but since the additional time is needed by the seller, a standard real estate contract allows 30 or more days for the seller to clear any title defects, the bank addendums may allow for evn more time. This can put a buyer in a position to have to wait to close, and does not allow the buyer the option to withdraw or be released from the contract, you just have to wait it out.
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