The Seller agrees that they are accepting this offer for the purchase of their property without discriminating based on race, color, religion, national origin, sex, disability, or familial status of the Buyer. This list is not comprehensive, and the Seller may have state or local laws that protect additional classes from discrimination.
Damages or Alterations
Any changes or damages made to the property in question may result in this Agreement being voided at the cost of the Seller. Prior to signing final closing documents, the Buyer is entitled to complete a final walk-thru of the property to assess for changes or damages.
The Broker will work with all necessary parties to determine an appropriate closing date, time, and location. The Broker will notify the Seller with at least five (5) business days’ advance notice.
The Seller and Buyer have the right to push back the closing date if a delay is necessary due to forces beyond either party’s control. This extension will be granted and the closing date rescheduled within ten (10) business days, or else the party requesting the extension will be held in default and may face legal and financial repercussions.
All expenses, including but not limited to taxes, assessments, homeowner’s association dues, and property assessments, will be prorated according to the date of the closing. The local tax assessor or collector’s office will provide the correct amount for taxes to the Broker prior to closing. Proration of any other fees will be calculated by dividing the total cost by 365 days and then multiplying by the number of days left in the year.