Many younger people who are purchasing a home don’t typically write checks so they are unfamiliar with the difference between a “personal” check and a “bank” check (a bank check is also known as a “cashier’s” check). The difference between the two checks is critically important in a real estate transaction.
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The standard form contract entitles a Seller to be compensated at closing for the oil remaining in the Seller’s oil tank. In order to require the Buyer to pay for the oil, Sellers must contact their
If you are a seller and you are cleaning out the attic, the basement, etc. make sure that all your garbage and debris are removed from the premises (not just the house-the back and front yards as well)prior to closing.
The appliances which are in the home at the time a Buyer makes an offer to purchase must be the same appliances in the home at the time of closing (unless the contract specifically permits an exchange). So if a Seller has a Sub Zero refrigerator in the house at the time of contract