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I expect to pay the buyer for all he has tied up thus far...inspection, repairs and so on. Would that make the situation any better? Just after reviewing all our finances it is making it financially impossible to get out of our home and be able to make it with all the extra debt we are racking up. As much as we want to. We feel like we are being pushed into a situation that will really hurt us financially. I know we agreed to it, but we have been turned down every where we turn for a loan
One more question, we were also told that we may have to pay the realtors comissions if we breeched contract. Is that possible, can they really go to the extent of forcing us to pay them? Is that a typical thing?
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