home inspection: Contingencies in real estate contracts - 09/21/09 05:59 AM
Contingencies in real estate contracts
In real estate contracts the contingency is a common element. Contingencies are clauses in a contract that give either the buyer or seller a way to get out of the contract if certain conditions or timelines aren't met.  A commonly used example is that of a buyer making an offer on a new home before selling his existing home.  The buyer needs to sell his present home before being able to get financing on the new one.  So he makes his offer contingent upon the sale of his existing home.  There will always be a time … (4 comments)

home inspection: Buying A Home - Step 2: The Nuances of Your Contract - 08/17/09 02:53 AM
Buying A Home - Step 2: The Nuances of Your Contract

The process of buying a home is often much more complex than the average individual expects it to be. Items involved in your purchase contract can have a significant impact not only on the success of your purchase transaction, but on your stress level as well. We have listed out some of the important items you should be aware of, that require you to make decisions as a buyer entering into a purchase contract.
Loan or Financing Contingency

Loan contingency is the period of time the seller is … (2 comments)

 

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