Asked by Ginabeeze, Eureka, CA • Tue Jul 19, 2011
I am in the middle of a sales transaction of my home, and it started out smoothly as the buyer and his agent presented their offer on a "as is" sale. They insisted in the beginning of the process, they wanted an escrow 30 days or less. And now, they are trying to pick me apart at nearly the end of the escrow and nearing closing day. I wrote a letter to the buyer, and I am weary that the buyers agent is not going to forward the letter responding to a list of concerns that was submitted to the buyer's agent from the buyer himself. Does he have to present this letter, and do I have the right to contact the buyer in his best interest of the sale?
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