Your Real Estate Seller May Not Have A Dime's Worth Of Recourse!

By Jim Goldsmith, Esq.

In those good ole days of real estate transactions, offers were also accompanied by deposit checks. There was no place on the standard agreement to accommodate today's practice of transmitting deposits "within ___ days (5 if not specified) from execution." It is evident from the many inquiries on this topic, that today's practice leaves sellers vulnerable, for at least those first days. To protect sellers, the realtor practice of accepting offers, with a deposit, constitutes the sole remedy available to a seller in the event of buyer default.

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