Yes, IF you the buyer has not signed something called the contingency release. This is an important document that when signed, basically means that you have done all of your inspections of the property and you are fully ready to … Continue reading
Yes, but it can be challenging. Technically you could enter multiple escrows at once if they get accepted. However, you can cancel at any time before you release contingencies.
This is one of the first steps to prove that a buyer is willing to buy a home. It must be deposited with escrow within a short time period of contract acceptance. In addition, in order to show a seller … Continue reading