ACTIVE REAL ESTATE FORECLOSURES FOR SALE IN BIRMINGHAM AL – 09/20/2011

ACTIVE REAL ESTATE FORECLOSURES FOR SALE IN BIRMINGHAM AL –  09/20/2011

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ACTIVE REAL ESTATE FORECLOSURES FOR SALE

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There can be serious consequences if you back out of a home  purchase transaction. Your deposit could be at risk, or you could find yourself  involved in a legal action if you withdraw for a reason that’s not included in  the contract. Before backing out, ask yourself why you don’t want to move  forward.

Do you have buyer’s remorse? This is a common malady that  hits most buyers at some time during their purchase. After making the  commitment, the buyers have second thoughts. This aliment rarely lasts long and  usually disappears on its own. So, don’t pull the plug on the deal until you’ve  sorted through your feelings. Buying a home is unlike most business  transactions. It’s not just about numbers; emotions are involved.

Sometimes buyers want out of the deal because they don’t  trust that their agent is working on their behalf. In this case, the first step  should be to have a candid talk with the agent. If that doesn’t improve the  situation, talk to your agent’s manager to see if you can work with another  agent in the office who will better serve your needs.

ACTIVE REAL ESTATE FORECLOSURES FOR SALE

Backing out because you don’t see eye to eye with your agent  usually isn’t deemed a legitimate reason for canceling a contract. However, if  your agent acts contrary to your best interest, such as removing a contingency  from a contract when you specifically told your agent not to remove the  contingency unless other conditions were met by the seller, you should seek the  advice of a knowledgeable real estate attorney.

Real estate agents or brokers who aren’t attorneys cannot  give legal advice. Some agents do, particularly if they see that they might  have liability, but they are practicing law without a license.

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