Asked by Ken, San Francisco, CA • Wed May 19, 2010
I was scheduled to close on a short sale last month but the seller did not sign closing docs and has refused to communicate with his agent. The title company has sent a cancellation form to me (buyer) and seller to have us both sign in order to release the money. However, given that the seller won't even communicate with his own agent, what recourse do I have? Should the title company still hold my deposit and wait until the seller signs (which he won't)? Having an attorney send a letter to the seller is pretty much out of the question since they are leaving the country within a few months.
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