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    you can just email or write to the estate agent (something you can prove with a date and time) and withdraw your offer.

    provided it hasnt been accepted yet, its fine to withdraw.

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    In tas the offer you sign is a legally binding contract and you will have to pay the owner the deposit you put down on the offer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by waterlily View Post
    In tas the offer you sign is a legally binding contract and you will have to pay the owner the deposit you put down on the offer.
    Wow! That's full on. In SA all legitimate offers have to be in writing. A deposit isn't paid until a contract is entered into and even then you have a chance as a buyer to change your mind. I'd imagine there would be a lot of regretful buyers in Tasmania, but I guess it protects the seller more than the buyer.

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    We only have to put a deposit down if the offer is accepted so we havnt paid anything yet. Im going to call the agent today to cancel it but I'm scared lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by slipper View Post
    We only have to put a deposit down if the offer is accepted so we havnt paid anything yet. Im going to call the agent today to cancel it but I'm scared lol
    Put it back on the agent. He or she hasn't been communicating well with you at all, just call and say you're withdrawing it as he/she has made you wait too long.

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    Ok we have withdrawn our offer agent just said ok no worries.. So I was,stressing for nothing.
    Now to put a new offer on a house tomorrow.. Fingers crossed it gets accepted!!


 

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