Category: Notices to Perform

  • Note to reader: This post is specific to California. Florida and many other states do not require the buyer to submit a contingency removal form.) When you head into escrow, there are a few contingencies in place that help protect your buyer. It's up to your buyer to submit a contingency removal form [https://www.homebay.com/resources/contingency-removal/] once inspections are completed and they are confident that they want to move forward with their home purchase. Similar contingencies typicall

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  • There's nothing more frustrating for a seller than to expect to close escrow on a specific date, only to be told that a lender delay is pushing the date further out. It's especially frustrating if that "further out" date is yet to be determined. But what causes closing delays and what can you do to help get things moving again? Delay causes Unfortunately, lender delays are very common. Deals involving loans close late more often than they close early or on time. What typically happens is, the

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