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Do Your Due Diligence

Adopted by North Carolina in only the last few years, due diligence is a relatively new concept to buyers, sellers, and even agents across the state. 419 more words

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Buying Real Estate in North Carolina 24 – Due Diligence Period: Researching Your Home

To me, as your Buyer’s Agent, there is nothing more critical than your Due Diligence Period. Remember that this period starts the moment all parties have signed the contract and ends at 5:00 p.m. 306 more words

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Buying Real Estate in North Carolina 23 – Offer & Contract: Going Under Contract

When all parties have agreed upon the key elements of this home purchase, you and the sellers will finish signing the contract paperwork. The result is what is called a “Fully Executed Contract”… basically, fully “signed”. 391 more words

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Speaking of Home Inspections....

Having just written about home inspections when buying new construction it’s a good time to discuss the good, the bad and the ugly regarding the home inspection when selling your home. 437 more words

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Due Diligence, Inspections, and Appraisals

As we got more serious about finding our next home, we began the due diligence period (DDP) of selling our house. Not to be confused with Diamond Dallas Page, for all you wrestling fans: 672 more words

What is a Due Diligence Period?

A due diligence period is an amount of time that the buyer has to “kick the tires” and do whatever investigations they desire. The amount of due diligence time is negotiated up front between the buyers and sellers. 169 more words

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There's No "Normal" Yet in Due Diligence

I’ve written about some of the changes in our new offer to purchase contract that went into use in North Carolina on January 1 (see… 496 more words

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