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Unfortunately, we would probably qualify for traditional mortgage but we would not have much money to live on. Mortgage broker in Arizona said he would put together a traditional but is trying to get us to accept a reverse mortgage. It sounds good but we don't want to lose what little we have and knowing there would be no equity so to speak. I don't see "Liquidated Damages" in the contract.
Guess what I need to know is - should I get in touch with our realtor and tell her that we have decided not to sell and then get additional legal advice? What are the ramifications of backing out? Party that is buying the house will have "cash" and could probably have no problem finding another house and probably spend less money that what she would have on ours. We're just going to have a couple unhappy realtors but we want to know how much approximately this will cost to get out of contract here in Washington.
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