Asked by Lovey_g, Campbell, CA • Mon Mar 1, 2010
personal information of buyers financial statements. So she has got the one entity in her pocket (title company) to stick it to us and demand xtra costs, and pay for notary signatures on 20 documents included in the offer contract because she told them someone else was signing the docs besides the buyer. The Title Company agreed to do some dirty work against us for her. Unbelievable but what will be the buyer's financial obligation to the title company if he fires them? Can they legally make it difficult to get the escrow money back? We are trying to find a way around using this realtor too but she had the buyer sign a broker's agreement for 120 days... What can we do??? I am friend to buyer and helping him out. I think the first step is getting rid of her allies (the title company)
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