It's time to get rid off "Get out of jail free" cards

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Real Estate Agent with BVO Luxury Group @ Keller Williams Arizona Realty BR534744000 & BR540649000

Yesterday I wrote a post Inspection? - or - DECEPTION! that discussed what happens when Buyers don't visit a property before they write a contract, and Buyer Agents fail to observe the most obvious of "red flags" until much later in the transaction.  The Buyers in this case assumed that they could behave in this manner AND get a refund of their earnest money.

Here is a copy of the letter from the Seller to the Title Company contesting the refund of the Earnest Money to the Buyers.

 

February 1, 2010

Earnest Money – Contract between Seller and Buyer dated October xx, 2009 for subject property

 

The Buyer Agent visited the property on July 21, 2009.

 

The Buyers submitted a Backup Offer on July 27, 2009.

 

The previous Buyer in first position subsequently cancelled and the Buyer and the Seller proceeded to negotiate the above referenced Backup Offer to contract. 

 

The contract was fully executed on October xx, 2009.

 

Between October xx, 2009 and December 16, 2009 the Buyer Agent was in frequent contact with the Listing Broker regarding the progress of the Short Sale approval process, and reiterated during those discussions that not only did the Buyers intend to continue with the transaction, they were willing to pay up to $5,000 (see email correspondence below) of the past due HOA fees (since the 1st Lien holder had declined to pay for the past due HOA fees).

 


From: Listing Broker

Sent: Monday, December 14, 2009 9:23 AM

To: Buyer Agent

Cc: Title & Escrow Company

Subject: The property

Please see email from Title below. It appears that the HOA is past due.

The Sellers Lender made no allowance for that in their approval, so the way things stand now, since the Seller can't pay, it would fall to the Buyer to pay as a Buyer Closing cost.

Is that feasible?  Are the Buyers willing to do that if that's what it takes to close the transaction?

Please let me know ASAP.

It would be a shame to have this fall apart for the sake of the HOA past due fees.

Please let me know your thoughts.

Thanks!

 

-------- Original Message --------

Subject: The Property

From: Buyer Agent

Date: Mon, December 14, 2009 8:49 pm

To: Listing Broker

I had a chat with my clients and they would be willing to pay the HOA fees as long as they do not exceed $5000. It would be great if you could find out exactly what is owed to HOA?

I am working on getting that email address for you for …..

Keep me posted.

Thanks,

 

 

Once the approval letter from the 1st Lien holder was received, the file was escalated to the Office of the CEO at the 2nd Lien holder, and a copy of the content of that email was provided to the Buyer Agent to keep them in the loop:

 

From: Listing Broker

Date: Wed, 16 Dec 2009 13:11:54 -0700

To: Title & Escrow Company, Buyer Agent

Subject: 2nd Lien

I just sent the file along with the approval from the 1st Lien holder to the CEO of the 2nd lien holder with the following message:

Hi xxxx,

I'm reluctant to have to bring this file to your attention, however, there is a significant risk that if it does not receive immediate attention and action, the Buyer may walk and the property may go to foreclosure.

The property in question has structural damage and the HOA is involved in litigation with the builder, limiting the prospective Buyer pool.

Nevertheless, we have been able to secure a CASH Buyer who wants to close escrow before end of year, and the 1st Lienholder has approved $3,000 to the 2nd lien, serviced by your company.  Approval Letter is attached.

This file was submitted to your company per your company’s usual process on 11/6/09, and so far, despite several follow-ups, we have heard nothing.

Please assign this to the appropriate resource within your organization that has the ability to issue the approval letter so that this file can be closed for the benefit of all concerned.

Thanks in advance for your assistance.

Best regards,

 

 

The response from the Buyer Agent was ASTOUNDING!!

 

 

-------- Original Message --------

Subject: The Property

From: Buyer Agent

Date: Wed, December 16, 2009 2:21 pm

To: Listing Broker

I had no idea about any structural damage or litigation. Please provide details.

Thanks,

Buyer Agent

Sent via BlackBerry from T-Mobile

 

The Listing Broker immediately called the Buyer Agent to discuss her response.  During that discussion the Buyer Agent disclosed that:

 

·      The Buyers did not accompany her on July 21, 2009 when she visited the Premises and HAD NEVER SEEN THE PREMISES!

 

·      She had failed to notice the split drywall and cracked tiles during her visit

 

·      She had failed to review the SPDS attached to the listing the MLS and had failed to share that document with the Buyers

 

 

The following day there was the following brief email exchange:

 

-------- Original Message --------

Subject: The property

From: Buyer Agent

Date: Thu, December 17, 2009 10:30 am

To: Listing Broker

 

Hi,

The spuds mentioned on line 56 that there were $30,000 worth of repairs. Did you get a quote from a contractor? How did your client get to this figure?

I cannot get hold of my clients since they are travelling through a mountainous area and cell phones are not operative. Will contact you when I get in touch with them.

Buyer Agent

 

 

-------- Original Message --------

Subject: The Property

From: Listing Broker

Date: Thu, December 17, 2009 10:36 am

To: Buyer Agent

The spuds mentioned on line 56 that there were $30,000 worth of repairs. Did you get a quote from a contractor?

No.

How did your client get to this figure?

They said they had a quote from a contractor - but could not produce the written quote.

Have you visited the unit since we last spoke? 

Listing Broker

 

Then, silence from the Buyer Agent………

The Listing Broker requested updates on 12/23, 12/26 and received a brief response from the Buyer Agent on 12/26 after copying her DB on the email.

 

-------- Original Message --------

Subject: The Property

From: Listing Broker

Date: Wed, December 23, 2009 11:23 am

To: Buyer Agent

 

What is the latest from your Buyers?

Sent from my Verizon Wireless BlackBerry

 

 

-------- Original Message --------

Subject: Update needed

From: Listing Broker

Date: Wed, December 23, 2009 4:05 pm

To: Buyer Agent

I just left you a voicemail with additional information.

Essentially, from the Seller's perspective, the belief is building that the lack of response from the Buyer is due to a desire for them to personally inspect the property before making a decision as to how to proceed.

While we respect the Buyers desire to do so, we also point out that signing an "As Is" Addendum having not viewed the property has resulted in the current limbo, where the Seller now knows that the Buyer has not seen the property, the Buyer Agent did not observe the condition of the property prior to contract, that the information disclosed in the MLS listing regarding the damage and litigation was ignored, and that the Buyer might decide to cancel based on information that was available prior to entering in to the contract.

The objective of the Seller is to get the Short Sale accomplished, and their immediate concern is that the inability to provide definitive information to the Buyer in 2nd position may result in that Buyer walking away before your Buyer decides how they want to proceed.  If your Buyer subsequently decides to cancel, that result could be very damaging to the Seller if the property eventually goes to foreclosure.

Please provide by 12noon tomorrow 12/24/09 an update as to the Buyers intentions:

- Do they intend to definitely proceed with the purchase?

- Do they intend to definitely cancel the contract?

- Do they intend to visit the property before making a decision, and if so, by what date?

Thanks as always for your assistance.

 

-------- Original Message --------

Subject: [FWD: Update needed]

From: Listing Broker

Date: Sat, December 26, 2009 7:25 am

To: Buyer Agent

Cc: Buyer Agent DB, Listing Broker DC

 2nd request

 

------- Original Message --------

Subject: Update needed

From: Listing Broker

Date: Wed, December 23, 2009 4:05 pm

To: Buyer Agent

I just left you a voicemail with additional information.

Essentially, from the Seller's perspective, the belief is building that the lack of response from the Buyer is due to a desire for them to personally inspect the property before making a decision as to how to proceed.

While we respect the Buyers desire to do so, we also point out that signing an "As Is" Addendum having not viewed the property has resulted in the current limbo, where the Seller now knows that the Buyer has not seen the property, the Buyer Agent did not observe the condition of the property prior to contract, that the information disclosed in the MLS listing regarding the damage and litigation was ignored, and that the Buyer might decide to cancel based on information that was available prior to entering in to the contract.

The objective of the Seller is to get the Short Sale accomplished, and their immediate concern is that the inability to provide definitive information to the Buyer in 2nd position may result in that Buyer walking away before your Buyer decides how they want to proceed.  If your Buyer subsequently decides to cancel, that result could be very damaging to the Seller if the property eventually goes to foreclosure.

Please provide by 12noon tomorrow 12/24/09 an update as to the Buyers intentions:

- Do they intend to definitely proceed with the purchase?

- Do they intend to definitely cancel the contract?

- Do they intend to visit the property before making a decision, and if so, by what date?

 

Thanks as always for your assistance.

  

 

 

---------------- Original Message --------

Subject: RE: [FWD: Update needed]

From: Buyer Agent

Date: Sat, December 26, 2009 10:03 am

To: Listing Broker

 

Unfortunately my clients are travelling over the holiday period and I have been unable to contact them. As soon as I talk to my clients, I will give you an update immediately.

 

 

 

Apparently the Buyers had now been out of touch for 9 days.

 

-------- Original Message --------

Subject: RE: [FWD: Update needed]

From: Listing Broker

Date: Sat, December 26, 2009 11:16 am

To: Buyer Agent

 

 

Thanks for the response.

 

Not sure why the Buyers traveling would prevent them from using a phone or email.  Are you sure they are OK?

 

 

Nothing further was heard from the Buyer Agent regarding their Buyers intentions despite numerous calls and emails from the Listing Broker. 

 

The 2nd Lien holder approval was received on January 21, 2010 and the Agreement Notice was delivered to the Buyers.

 

The Buyer conducted no inspections of the Premises during the Inspection Period. 

 

The Buyer had not seen the property as of December 16, 2009 according to the Buyer Agent.

 

The last time the Buyer Agent entered the property was December 21, 2009, when according to the Buyer Agent the Buyers were traveling towards, but had not arrived, in Arizona.

 

On Tuesday, January 26, 2010 the Buyer Agent sent the following email to Title and Escrow. The attachment was signed and dated 1/25/10 by the Buyer.

 

From: Buyer Agent

Sent: Tuesday, January 26, 2010 10:54 AM

To: Title & Escrow

Subject: BINSR

Please find attached the BINSR from my buyers.  As you can see, my buyers have elected to cancel the contract. Effective immediately please return their earnest money in the amount of $1000.

Please forward a copy of the BINSR to the listing broker.

 

Given the above sequence of events the Seller believes that the Buyer decided not to continue with the transaction some time prior to the delivery of the Agreement Notice, however, in an attempt to avoid forfeiting the Earnest Money due to “Anticipatory Repudiation”, remained silent. 

That silence, particularly given the potential damage to the Seller for failing to disclose in a timely manner, brings the covenant of good faith and fair dealing into play:

 

The covenant of good faith and fair dealing n. a general assumption of the law of contracts, that people will act in good faith and deal fairly without breaking their word, using shifty means to avoid obligations, or denying what the other party obviously understood. A lawsuit (or one of the causes of action in a lawsuit) based on the breach of this covenant is often brought when the other party has been claiming technical excuses for breaching the contract or using the specific words of the contract to refuse to perform when the surrounding circumstances or apparent understanding of the parties were to the contrary.

 

The Contract

 

Included in the contract:

 

The Buyer Attachment, of which point #2 proclaims in large, bold font:

 

2. Review the Seller’s Property Disclosure Statement (See Section 4a)

 

Obviously, the Buyer FAILED to do so.

 

As Is Addendum

 

With regards to Sections A, B, C, D & E the Seller makes the following statements:

 

Section A – Lines 8-14: The condition of the property is in substantially the same condition as on the date of Contract acceptance.

 

Section B – Lines 15-16: Buyer is advised to conduct independent inspection(s) and investigations regarding the Premises WITHIN (emphasis added) the Inspection Period as specified in 6a.

 

The Buyer failed to conduct independent inspection(s) and investigations regarding the Premises WITHIN the Inspection Period.

 

In fact, the only “investigation” conducted by the Buyer occurred in the latter part of December after the Buyer learned that the Buyer Agent had failed to disclose the condition of the property and the SPDS that were attached to the listing in the MLS.

 

According to the Buyer Agent the Buyer had not visited the property prior to writing the offer, and did not arrive in Arizona until AFTER the Buyer Agent’s most recent visit to the property on December 21, 2009 per lockbox report.

 

The Seller was never contacted by anyone requesting access to the Premises during the Inspection Period who represented themselves to be conducting an inspection on behalf of the Buyer.

 

From all evidence it appears that the Buyers NEVER conducted any inspections of the Premises, at ANY time.

 

Section C – Not applicable

 

Section D – Lines 23-24: Seller disclosed all known material latent defects at time of listing by providing the SPDS as an attachment to the MLS Listing with clear instructions that Buyer Agents should thoroughly review that information BEFORE showing the property.

 

Section E – Lines 25-27: …. the provisions of this Addendum shall prevail ….

 

Nothing regarding the condition of the property or information regarding the property has changed since the Buyer entered into contract, at which time they agreed to accept the Premises “As Is” and did not perform any investigations or inspections during the Inspection period.

 

Additional Clause Addendum

 

Included with the offer the Buyer attached an  “Additional Clause Addendum” in which a number of sections were completed and initialed by the Buyer, including the “Non-Refundable Earnest Money” Clause – Lines 33-37. 

 

The only provisions for cancellation are “pursuant to Section 6j” and/or “pursuant to Section 8b” and/or “escrow fails to close due to Seller’s breach of contract”.

 

The Buyer has not claimed the Earnest Money pursuant to Section 8b or due to Seller’s breach of contract, which leaves Section 6j to be addressed, mindful that the terms of the “As Is Addendum” prevail.

 

Section 6j – Lines 234-253:

 

Buyer Disapproval: If Buyer, in Buyer’s sole discretion, disapproves of items as allowed (emphasis added) herein, Buyer shall deliver to Seller (emphasis added) notice of the items disapproved and state in the notice that Buyer elects to either…

 

Buyer failed to deliver a notice to the Seller regarding notice of items disapproved.  Buyer delivered a BINSR to Title and Escrow along with a request for refund of their Earnest Money.  Moreover, the BINSR delivered to Title and Escrow referenced a contract between Buyer and Seller dated January 25, 2010.  NO SUCH CONTRACT EXISTS.  The contract to which the Earnest Money is connected is a contract that is dated October xx, 2009.

 

The 10-day Inspection Period ended on January 31, 2010.   The Buyer failed to deliver a notice to the Seller regarding notice of any items disapproved, therefore per lines 251-253: BUYER’S FAILURE TO GIVE NOTICE OF DISAPPROVAL OF ITEMS OR CANCELLATION OF THIS CONTRACT WITHIN THE SPECIFIED TIME PERIOD SHALL CONCLUSIVELY BE DEEMED BUYER’S ELECTION TO PROCEED WITH THE TRANSACTION WITHOUT CORRECTION OF ANY DISAPPROVED ITEMS.

 

Furthermore, the balance of Section 6, which covers “items as allowed herein” states in:

 

6a: DURING THE INSPECTION PERIOD, Buyer, at Buyer’s expense, SHALL  ….

 

Buyer did not perform any of the activities described in 6a DURING the Inspection Period.

 

6i: Inspection Period Notice: Prior to expiration of the Inspection Period, Buyer SHALL DELIVER TO SELLER a signed notice of any items disapproved.  AAR’s Buyer’s Inspection Notice and Seller’s Response form is available for this purpose. 

 

Buyer failed to deliver such notice to the Seller.  Buyer instead delivered a BINSR to Title and Escrow regarding a non-existent contract.  Since the Inspection Period has expired lines 251-253 state:

 

BUYER’S FAILURE TO GIVE NOTICE OF DISAPPROVAL OF ITEMS OR CANCELLATION OF THIS CONTRACT WITHIN THE SPECIFIED TIME PERIOD SHALL CONCLUSIVELY BE DEEMED BUYER’S ELECTION TO PROCEED WITH THE TRANSACTION WITHOUT CORRECTION OF ANY DISAPPROVED ITEMS.

 

Summary

 

Seller provided full disclosure of condition and all of property at time of listing

 

Buyer signed and included an “As Is” Addendum with purchase contract accepting the condition of the property and all information regarding the property

 

Buyer signed and included an “Additional Clause” Addendum with purchase contract with the “Non-Refundable Earnest Money” clause completed

 

Buyer failed to perform inspections and investigations of the Premises during Inspection Period

 

Buyer failed to deliver to Seller a signed notice of any items disapproved prior to the expiration of the Inspection Period

 

Buyer delivered a BINSR referring to a non-existent contract on the property to a third party (Title and Escrow) that was not a party to the contract.

 

Commentary

 

Why is the Seller so determined that the Buyer is not entitled to the refund of their Earnest Money?

 

The answer, simply put, is that the Seller is convinced that the Buyer acted in bad faith, and attempted to use the Inspection Period process as an “out”.

 

Why is the Seller convinced of that?

 

The Seller took great care to disclose all information regarding the property at time of listing to ensure that any Buyer making an offer and entering into a contract to purchase would be well aware of the condition of the property and other information relating to the property.

 

When the Buyer was made aware by the Buyer Agent of the SPDS and condition of the property, the Buyer did not want to proceed with the contract, however, rather than disclose that decision, went to great lengths to avoid communication with the Seller.

 

The Buyer made a sham of the Inspection Period by failing to conduct the most basic of inspections.  They did not even visit the premises.

 

The Inspection Period is not intended to be a “get my Earnest Money back just because I changed my mind” period.

 

The clear intent is for the Buyer to have a specific opportunity to inspect the premises and do their due diligence with regard to the property.  They couldn’t be bothered.  Their decision had been made long before the Inspection Period.

 

For the Buyer’s consideration:

 

Per lines 293-300 the Seller is not required to follow 283-292 regarding ADR.  The Seller can file an action in Small Claims Court, requiring the Buyer to be present and answer questions under oath.

 

However, it would be the Sellers preference that the Buyer purchases the property per the contract as written. 

 

Failing that, the Seller requests that based on the information in this document, and additional supplemental information as deemed necessary by Title and Escrow, that the Earnest Money NOT be released to the Buyer, and that it instead be immediately released to the Seller.

 

Failing that, the Seller requests that Title and Escrow retain the Earnest Money pending the Seller’s decision regarding which legal avenue(s) to pursues, and to permit reasonable time to pursue those avenues.

 

The Seller

 

 

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Planning to sell your home in Scottsdale, Arizona?  Give us a call for a free, no obligation, consultation!  Haven Express

Listed, Sold and Closed 100% of listings taken (dozens of them) since June 2011!

Real Estate.  It's What We Do. Best!

Nov 02, 2017 06:59 AM #87
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Tony and Suzanne Marriott, Associate Brokers
BVO Luxury Group @ Keller Williams Arizona Realty - Scottsdale, AZ
Serving Scottsdale, Phoenix and Maricopa County AZ

Planning to sell your home in Scottsdale, Arizona?  Give us a call for a free, no obligation, consultation!  Haven Express

Listed, Sold and Closed 100% of listings taken (dozens of them) since June 2011!

Real Estate.  It's What We Do. Best!

Nov 02, 2017 06:59 AM #88
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