Thursday, August 4, 2022 / by Steve Ticknor
You searched and searched the Lake Havasu real estate market and finally found a home you love. Now, you must put together your offer to present to the buyer. In it, you might want to include a contingency or two (conditions of sale) to protect yourself in case something goes wrong. If the contingencies in the sales agreement are not met by the close of escrow, you can cancel the sale and get your earnest money deposit back. But you do not want to overwhelm a seller with too many of these conditions. Otherwise, they might not accept your offer. Here are a few common contingencies home buyers ask for (and many sellers expect to see).
Common Contingencies a Home Buyer May Ask For
No responsible professional would ever suggest waiving a home inspection. This allows the buyer the chance to hire a third-party (unrelated to the seller) to examine the household for potential issues (mold, pests, water damage, etc.). Even with a newly constructed home, you should consider hi. ...