Tag Archives: buying

Can a realtor refuse to double-end a deal?

I recently received this email from someone who follows my blog: I’m faced with a situation whereby I submitted an offer to a selling agent. Documents accompanying my offer include 1) Form 310: Buyer Customer Service Agreement, 2) Form 810: Working … Continue reading

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Ask Peggy: Do I have to use the same realtor to buy and sell?

The question is, do I have to use the same realtor to buy a new house as I’m using to sell my house? The answer is no. When you signing a listing agreement, it’s a contract between you and your realtor’s … Continue reading

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The Christmas market for houses.

I’ve been surprised this year by how busy the Christmas market has been in real estate. Traditionally, we think of the winter as being slow and the spring as being when things pick up. But the Internet seems to have … Continue reading

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What’s an irrevocable period?

The “irrevocable” is a term you hear realtors throw around, but most of my clients have no idea what it is. It’s the time period — or deadline–  to make a decision, sign the necessary papers, and get it back to … Continue reading

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