Hello: You can't sue HMBI for specific performance because they do not hold title to the property. They are only the broker/agent. HUD is the actual title holder. You would be suing the U.S. government. Gook luck with that. I believe that HMBI (which is also under contract with HUD) will get its' act together and do what it needs to do. You will either close on time, or your contract will be granted an extension. HMBI doesn't want complaints to HUD about its service.
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