Earnest Money is Very Important when Buying a Home

Dated: October 1 2020

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Earnest Money= Good Faith Deposit you place on a home when you summit your offer...When Seller accepts...Legal Binding Agreement.
Earnest Money can be anywhere from 1 to 5 percent of the purchase price and will be creditted to your closing cost fees or down payment at closing.
Earnest Money Check shows the Seller that you are serious about your offer.

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Alicia Gantt

I have always had a passion and drive to help others. As a devoted wife and loving mother to two wonderful children, I know how busy life can get. To have the opportunity to become a Realtor has been ....

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