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We put in an offer on a short sale, and since then, have changed realtors. In reviewing the contract, I believe a stipulation that the previous realtor put in the contract would mean that the offer would be considered withdrawn. I say this because, in the section titled "TIME FOR ACCEPTANCE OF OFFER AND COUNTER-OFFERS; EFFECTIVE DATE, it says (a) If not signed by Buyer and Seller, and an executed copy delivered to all parties on or before 10/6/2013, this offer shall be deemed withdrawn and the Deposit, if any, shall be returned to Buyer. Unless otherwise stated, time for acceptance of any counter-offers shall be within 2 days after the day the counter-offer is delivered. Therefore, I am assuming that the contract would legally be considered withdrawn at this point. Is that accurate, and can we now make a new offer on this property via our current realtor?
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