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Thu Oct 20, 2016
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Hi A Colbert,

Your only real option is to call the VA Regional Loan Center which will be the Cleveland office if you're buying in MA. That number is (800)729-5772. You can also google VA Regional Loan Center to find out which office serves your area if you're not buying in MA.

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Fri Mar 6, 2015
Dan Tabit answered:
Possibly, but you really need to start with your agent who wrote the contract. State Laws and practices vary and I know nothing about how Wisconsin contracts are done. If you are confident in your agent, start by reading the paragraphs that address the subject and consider getting an attorney's opinion. They will need to actually see the document to be certain, since you may have waived certain rights in other areas. ... more
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Fri Mar 22, 2013
Joanne Berube answered:
As long as you are within the dates on your agreement you just need to provide a denial letter and you should have your deposit refunded . You should always ask an Attorney legal questions - That is the simple answer though. How your contract is written will determine this.
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Fri Mar 22, 2013
Debra Cahill answered:
I may be mistaken but all agreements in order to be valid need to have a start date, obligations spelled out, and an end date.
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Tue Feb 8, 2011
Scott A. Nelson answered:
You need to talk to your own attorney ASAP. Either the lender's attorney you hired for yourself or a private real estate attorney to represent your own interests. Typically the lenders attorney is also in line with your interests but in a case like this there may be a difference in interests. Take any documents you've signed, any correspondences & any documents handed to you so far with the agent/broker/seller/attorney's and have everything reviewed by a qualified real estate attorney to review your options. Here in Massachusetts, I've never heard of a buyer "taking off with" a deposit without the buyer having signed legal documents allowing them to.

This is why you need legal representation to review what documents you have and what your legal options are. Check back with us to let us know how you made out, it's informative for others who read these posts,

Good luck with your efforts,
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Sat Nov 7, 2009
Debby Boiros, ABR,CDRS answered:
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Thu Nov 20, 2008
Territory.com answered:
In the last year the average days on market for Bridewater Single Family homes is 135.

Here is every property currently on the market for sale in Bridgewater:
http://www.territoryre.com/idx/search.html?search=true&submit=true&search_string=bridgewater&submit=Search

My website gives DOM for each property under "market history."

Hope that helps! Good luck.
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