When you put in an offer for a home you’d like to buy and have signed your real estate contract, you will have entered your due diligence period. The length of this period varies from contract to contract, depending on your needs and what has been negotiated with the seller.
You have been searching the market for the perfect home and found one that is for you. If you are serious about the offer, you will give the buyer a deposit of earnest money that they will hold onto until your offer is accepted by the seller. But what exactly is earnest money and how […]
When you enter a real estate contract, you have a due diligence period to take advantage of backing out of the contract without any consequences. But what if you break the contract after the due diligence period has expired? By design, real estate contracts aren’t supposed to be easy to break. After all, if they […]