Learn about the new Water Rights and Mineral Rights Examination Deadlines in the 2022 Colorado Real Estate Commission Approved Contract.
Once a buyer submits and Inspection Objection, and before the contract dies naturally after the Resolution Deadline passes without a resolution, can the buyer kill the deal before the end of the Inspection Resolution Deadline?
This is the sixth video in our six part series on Coronavirus COVID-19 identifying an approach for a “one-size-fits-all” Coronavirus COVID-19 contract clause in Colorado. If you seek to have us provide such clauses to you as your lawyer, then please contact Andrea Webster at 303-494-3000 to schedule an appointment.
Appraisal Issues Carved Out of Loan Termination Contingency – 2019 Colorado Real Estate Contract The Division of Real Estate has added language attempting to clarify that if its Contract to Buy and Sell Real Estate never had an Appraisal Objection Deadline, or if the contract lives past an Appraisal Objection Deadline, then the buyer cannot … Continue Reading
A Counter Proposal Destroys the Offeree’s Power to Accept the Initial Offer.
How do Buyer’s Enforce Contracts against Balking Sellers? Colorado Contract to Buy and Sell Real Estate. 4/24/17: How do Buyer’s Enforce Contracts against Balking Sellers? Learn what buyers can do when sellers want to breach the buyer’s contract and move on to a better buyer. Related Video: 10/26/15: Seller Defaults Just Before Closing.
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What Happened to Loan Approval or Loan Commitment? What does the Loan Conditions Deadline really mean? By that deadline date the buyer needs to be satisfied that the loan is ok with the buyer. Specifically “Contract is conditional upon Buyer determining, in Buyer’s subjective discretion, that the availability, terms, conditions, and cost of such New … Continue Reading
Co-Author: Jon Goodman Question: How does the mediation process work? Response: Section 21 of the Real Estate Commission-approved Contract to Buy and Sell Real Estate (Residential) (CBS 2-7-04) provides, in part, as follows: “If a dispute arises relating to this contract, prior to or after Closing, and is not resolved, the parties shall first proceed … Continue Reading
Co-Author: Amanda S.P. Howe, Esq. Question: I am the only broker involved in a transaction. Our company agency policy says that I become a transaction-broker. My listing agreement with the seller says I become a transaction-broker. My Exclusive Right-to-Buy Agreement with the buyer says I become a transaction-broker. If I make a mistake and check the … Continue Reading