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Thu Aug 20, 2015
Scott Godzyk answered:
It will deepend what your sales contract states. If the sale was cintingent on the buyer getting a mortgage, then they were declined becuase the appraisal was too low, then yes you have to give it back. Of course it depends on if they were within the dates of the contract and if they gave you written proof. If you are unsure, you should have a lawyer review your contract and everything the buyer sent you. The easy part of most sales is finding a buyer, the hard part is getting it to close. ... more
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Wed Aug 13, 2014
Connie Klemme answered:
Have you already listed it ? I assume that since this post is a few months old already that you likely have. I live in Tuttle and work the area, (My office is in Mustang). I've got a customer that has been looking for something about that size in the area but we've not found one yet that they are excited about. If you still have the acreage and haven't listed it, give me a call and let's visit about what your asking price is etc. ... more
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Wed Mar 27, 2013
Jennifer Blackwell answered:
If both parties haven't agreed then you do NOT have an agreement. Did you verbally agree to a counteroffer? If you do not have an agreement, then YES. Yes, based on what you've stated here, you should receive your earnest money back. The earnest money shouldn't have been deposited yet, not until you have reached an agreement. Your Realtor should still have your earnest money. What has she said to you about the situation? Good Luck and if you don't have a Realtor, we can help. ... more
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