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I'm a seller, too. I have a buyer who doesn't want to close until January. Because of the delayed closing date, I was worried that he wasn't really committed to follow through to closing. To give me some extra reassurance, I asked that it be written into the contract that his earnest money be released to me after the inspection and appraisal process is completed.
Although I'll have the cash in hand at that point, I'm not going to touch it until after closing. So it can be done, just be careful. There's no way to tell what might go wrong. I know something could still come up that will require that I return the money.Why do you assume you'll have an offer within days of putting it on the market? What's your secret?
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