While sales price is important when selling your house, so are the contingencies attached to the offer. Understanding what these contingencies mean can help you choose the right offer for you.
Here are the 5 Most Common Contingencies
Home Inspection Contingency – This allows the buyer the right of a professional inspection to determine the condition of the home. Generally, this must be performed within 10 to 15 days and removed. The inspection will address structural and system condition issues.
Appraisal Contingency – A professional appraisal will be ordered to ensure the price offered is fair market