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    What Is a Kick-Out Clause? Helping Sellers Get the Best Deal in a Timely Manner

    By Tara Mastroeni | May 8, 2022

    A kick-out clause gives sellers the ability to continue marketing a house in the event that they receive an offer with contingencies. Here's what it means. The post What Is a Kick-Out Clause? Helping Sellers Get the Best Deal in a Timely Manner appeared first on Real Estate News & Insights | realtor.com®. Read More

    The Earnest Money Deposit: How It Helps Buy a Home

    By Angela Colley | April 8, 2022

    Earnest money is a deposit on the house you want to buy. It shows sellers that you are a serious buyer, and it's an important part of the purchase process. The post The Earnest Money Deposit: How It Helps Buy a Home appeared first on Real Estate News & Insights | realtor.com®. Read More

    The Earnest Money Deposit: How It Helps Buy a Home

    By Angela Colley | April 8, 2022

    Earnest money is a deposit on the house you want to buy. It shows sellers that you are a serious buyer, and it's an important part of the purchase process. The post The Earnest Money Deposit: How It Helps Buy a Home appeared first on Real Estate News & Insights | realtor.com®. Read More

    The Earnest Money Deposit: How It Helps Buy a Home

    By Angela Colley | April 8, 2022

    Earnest money is a deposit on the house you want to buy. It shows sellers that you are a serious buyer, and it's an important part of the purchase process. The post The Earnest Money Deposit: How It Helps Buy a Home appeared first on Real Estate News & Insights | realtor.com®. Read More

    What Is a Right of First Refusal in Real Estate? Getting First Dibs on Making an Offer

    By Tara Mastroeni | October 17, 2021

    Whether you're buying or selling a house, you might be reading over an offer and asking, "What is a right of first refusal in real estate?" We have the answers. The post What Is a Right of First Refusal in Real Estate? Getting First Dibs on Making an Offer appeared first on Real Estate News & Insights | realtor.com®. Read More

    Who Draws Up the Contract in a For Sale By Owner Listing?

    By Jeanne Sager | October 5, 2021

    The seller's agent typically draws up the purchase agreement, but in an FSBO sale, the seller represents him or herself. So who takes care of the paperwork? The post Who Draws Up the Contract in a For Sale By Owner Listing? appeared first on Real Estate News & Insights | realtor.com®. Read More

    What Is an Escalation Clause in Real Estate and When Should You Use One?

    By Sam DeBord | September 26, 2021

    Having an escalation clause as part of an offer on a house can benefit the homebuyer and seller alike. Here are the pros and cons. The post What Is an Escalation Clause in Real Estate and When Should You Use One? appeared first on Real Estate News & Insights | realtor.com®. Read More

    What Is a Right of First Refusal in Real Estate? Getting First Dibs on Making an Offer

    By Tara Mastroeni | January 21, 2020

    Whether you're buying or selling a house, you might be reading over an offer and asking, "What is a right of first refusal?" We have the answers. The post What Is a Right of First Refusal in Real Estate? Getting First Dibs on Making an Offer appeared first on Real Estate News & Insights | realtor.com®. Read More

    Who Draws Up the Purchase Agreement for a Home That Is For Sale by Owner?

    By Jeanne Sager | November 12, 2019

    The seller's agent typically draws up the purchase agreement, but in an FSBO sale, the seller represents him or herself. So who takes care of the paperwork? The post Who Draws Up the Purchase Agreement for a Home That Is For Sale by Owner? appeared first on Real Estate News & Insights | realtor.com®. Read More

    What Is an Escalation Clause and When Should You Use One?

    By Sam DeBord | October 15, 2019

    What is an escalation clause? When you're deciding on what price to offer on a home, the situation may call for this kind of clause. The post What Is an Escalation Clause and When Should You Use One? appeared first on Real Estate News & Insights | realtor.com®. Read More

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