Escalation Clause: Is It Right for Your Real-Estate Bid?

Posted on: 11 January 2017

Multiple bids on a home can kill your chances of an offer being accepted. Fortunately for you, there is a way that you could potentially increase the likelihood that your offer will win out over others. An escalation clause is commonly used in real estate to help buyers. If you are buying a home, here is what you need to know about an escalation clause.   What Is It? An escalation clause is your chance to squeeze out the competition for a home in which you are interested.
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Lessons To Learn When A Purchase Offer Falls Through

Posted on: 11 January 2017

It may feel like the end of the world when you have a purchase offer fall through when you're trying to sell your home. This is especially true if your home hasn't seen much interest from buyers, or if you're desperately in a hurry to move. However, it's a good idea to try to learn some lessons from this experience. A purchase offer can fall through for a wide range of reasons, many of which can make you alter your approach in the future.
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Tips For Evaluating Whether Or Not To Buy A Particular Home

Posted on: 10 January 2017

There are a great number of factors that will have to be considered when you are considering making a potential home purchase. In particular, there are steps that you will be able to take that can help to make the decision about buying a particular property much easier for you to make. Before Making A Decision, Consider The Costs For Any Needed Or Wanted Updates And Repairs It can be easy to fall in love with a property that needs seemingly minor repairs or updates to transform it into a dream home.
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3 Essential Steps To Take Before Agreeing To A Post Settlement Occupancy Agreement

Posted on: 10 January 2017

If you are trying to coordinate the sale of your current home and the purchase of a new one, you are not alone. Many people are placed in this scenario when they decide to move. If your current home closes before you can move in to the new house, you can continue living in the home for a certain time period if you and the new owners come to a post-settlement occupancy agreement.
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