Asked by Ken, Rancho Cucamonga, CA • Mon Jan 16, 2012
Okay so here are the facts, we accepted a dual agency offer in later December with a closing date of I believe 2/4. The buyers requested that we fix some outlandish items, just to be cheap and difficult I assume (another story). Anyhow, we signed indicating no repairs will be done and we requested that all contingincies be removed. I will call him their realtor (because we are getting the raw end of the deal...again another story), said they are okay with contingincies being removed (which sucks). Anyhow we have till 1/20 to get section 1 clearance done and their realtor is threatning us with a notice to perform, which is not an issue and we can have it done but the company kept having to reschedule and we could not find some certain materials. None the less, they are concerned they won't be able to get funding. So...after our agreed upon deadline, can we back out? Or do we have any recourse? We are totally upset by this ordeal and still want to sell, but the realtor is horrible.
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