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When you tell a Buyer that their Earnest Money is protected & they’ll get it back if they terminate under “Due Diligence” they think they’ll get it back immediately… but WHEN will the Buyer ACTUALLY get it back? Watch the video to find out!

If I am buying or selling a property & not taking a commission, it’s none of my Broker’s business, right?!?!?!! WRONG! Watch the video to learn about some of the many License Laws in Georgia governing ANY & ALL transactions in which you are going to Buy / Sell / Rent / Lease / Option / Exchange (meaning you as the agent are also the “Principal” in the transaction.)


What if someone OTHER than the Buyer is contributing the Earnest Money for a real estate contract… is there a form to use? Does that information have to be part of the contract? Who needs to know that information? If a contract terminates, who gets that money back? Watch the video to find out!

Watch this video to learn: * The 3 Elements of the “Escalation Clause, * The effective use for a Buyer in a multiple offer situation * Tips for a Seller when deciding to accept a contract with an Escalation Clause, * Contractual reminders * Tips for both Listing Agents & Selling Agents!

When a Buyer & Seller negotiate for the Seller to complete repairs prior to closing, what happens if the Seller doesn’t complete them or complete all of them? May the Buyer terminate the contract & get Earnest Money back? May the Buyer unilaterally extend the contract? May a Buyer force the Seller to do the repairs or at least pay for them? May the Buyer close & sue the Seller for the repairs not completed? Watch the video to find out!!! Repair Special Stipulations to Consider: https://maximumonerealty.files.wordpr…

There are 12 pages of Special Stipulations in the Georgia Association of Realtors (GAR) contract package & 9 pages of Special Stipulations in the RE Forms contract package! Want to know how to find them? Want to know how to add them to your contract? Watch the video to find out!

What is the difference between a Buyer making a contract subject to Due Diligence vs. subject to the Right to Request Repairs? If the Buyer goes under contract with a Due Diligence period can’t the Buyer ask for repairs? If a Buyer goes under contract with the Right to Request Repairs may they terminate with no penalty? What is the difference & what GAR forms do I use? Watch the video for answers to these questions & more!

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