Frequently Asked Questions
Am I required to use your contract?
Yes. The Builder requires all contracts be written on a Locale Contract. Our Sales Team is more than happy to assist you with your offer and guide you through the process from acceptance to closing. Our contracts include all Builder required disclosures, inspection guidelines, seller paid costs, title company information, etc. which in turn allows for quicker responses, and acceptance time frames.
What happens if I already submitted an offer on the RE-21?
Our Sales Team will transfer all offer terms from your RE-21 to a Locale Purchase and Sale Agreement. At that time, we will e-mail the new Locale Contract to you to present to your Buyer. You will then e-mail the Buyer signed Contract to the Sales Team, they will submit the Locale Contract along with the RE-21 to the Builder, and the RE-21 will be deleted within Builder’s response.
What if I want to use a different title company than you have listed?
Our preferred Title Companies know the business and how to get homes closed fast. If your Buyer prefers to close with a different Escrow Officer, our preferred closer will prepare closing documents for both the Buyer and Seller and your Buyer may do a courtesy signing with their preferred closer if they choose.
Can the earnest money be deposited with my brokerage or a designated title company?
The Builder prefers all earnest money be paid to Locale upon acceptance of contract by Buyer and Seller. This eliminates tracking of earnest money, requests for release of earnest money, and possible closing delays.
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