Don’t waste Buyer’s Due Diligence Period when waiting on a Seller to do something before Buyer can inspect property. How do you address a Buyer’s Due Diligence period if you have to wait on the Seller to…. turn on the utilities? Complete the Community Association Exhibit? Get a tenant to vacate the property? Have a short sale approved? etc.? You certainly DON’T want the Due Diligence period to BEGIN when that happens because what if the Seller never does what they are supposed to do? The Buyer would be locked into that contract! So as a real estate agent, how do you address this in a contract? Watch the video to find out!
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FYI… there are more videos on the YouTube Channel, “Real Estate Made Crystal Clear” ahead of what is presented in this Newsletter.