Asked by Fahmida Chowdhury, Rockville, MD • Tue Sep 23, 2008
We are planning to make an offer on a house that has an "As Is" clause - it is an estate sale. We would put a home inspection contingency, but we are not sure whether our earnest money deposit will be refunded in full if we decide to back out of the contract due to some major problem uncovered during home inspection. The property is in Montgomery County, MD. What should we do to make sure that we don't lose any of the deposit?
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