Asked by Sad Seller, Aurora, IL • Fri Dec 23, 2011
The buyer said that they did not have a home to sell and they had a pre approval letter from their mortgage lender. Contract sent to attorney for approval. Their attorney comes back and says that they need more time to sell their home and that they can't get financing until they sell their home. I want the earnest money back, but my realtor says no and my attorney said that I can't in IL unless there is a court order. I have the proof stating that they said they didn't have a home to sell, along with the fact that they crossed it off of the contract and I have a copy of their preapproval letter for financing. I feel the deal was entered into under false pretenses and that I should be able to keep the $2,000 earnest money. Comments?
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