Asked by Frank, Houston, TX • Thu Oct 8, 2009
inefficient issues of the home (just one AC unit for the two story 3000 sq ft home, no radiant barrier etc.,). The sales agent brushed our concerns aside saying â€œchanges to an inventory home would be prohibitively expensive, so nothing can be changedâ€. Annoyed with the treatment, and the fact that our concerns were not being addressed, we decided to back out of the contract. The agent now says they can put the radiant barrier, but still does not acknowledge our other concerns. Now, she has agreed to return the earnest money but wrote the reason for cancellation on the â€˜Cancellation Agreementâ€™ says â€œBuyers Remorseâ€, which I do not agree with, as they have not put in efforts to come up with any solution. Should I get the words â€œbuyers remorseâ€ changed before I sign the cancellation agreement? If yes, to what? Please advice.
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