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CEO & SR Credit & Mortgage Consultant of
Everlasting Credit Repair
Retired Mortgage Banker
Mia B. Austin
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Bridgewater, NJ 08807
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Sorry to hear that. A release of escrow will need to be signed by all parties. Buyer and Seller need to be in agreement that the transaction has been declared null and void. There are honestly so many variables here. I would need to know many more details.
For Example, were all your inspections finished by the proper deadline? Did you report any necessary repairs to the seller by the proper deadline? Did the seller respond by the proper deadline? Is "Time is of the Essence" a part of your agreement of sale?
Like I said, many variables. Your best bet, may be to consult with an attorney yourself to go over the legalities.
Best of luck. Feel free to call if you want to discuss further.
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