If a buyer has an accepted offer and has posted earnest money, when can the seller invoke the attorney review clause to rescind the accepted contract.

Asked by goodtimes4you, Toledo, OH Sun Dec 9, 2012

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Dale Taylor, Agent, New Lenox, IL
Sun Dec 9, 2012
Yes, in Illinois unfortunately for the Buyer the Seller can use the Attorney review clause to rescind an offer. The Buyer may inquire the specific reason, then consider re-submitting a new offer. My direct experience of this happening more than once was primarily due to the Seller's change in employment status, influencing their ability to fully accomplish their relocating goal, resulting in the hard faught decision to stay in their current home. http://activerain.com/blogs/504206 - for answers to all your real estate questions.
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