Asked by Anonymous
on 25-09-2018 21:34:04
Question posted in the General Law
category relating to Western Cape
Question value: R 0.00
Myself and my husband are first time home buyers. We are not familiar with the processes.
We signed an offer to purchase Friday . But have now decided to withdraw. Our intention was not to counter offer another offer. However, the agent kept insinuating that we should counter offer. To which we agreed . But now that I have had time to think, I have realized that we will not be able to afford the bond costs. Plus an additional cost for transfer fees. How can we get out out of this? Kindly assist.
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