Read The Contract But Not Literally
Some of the terms written in our contracts are not to be taken literally. Recently wrote a post about "broom clean".
If that term was taken as written... a big old push broom through the property would be all that is needed to comply with the contract.
How about the paragraph 7(d) in the Maryland Residential Contract Of Sale
'The purchase price less any and all deposits shall be paid in full by Buyer in cash, wired funds, bank check, certified check or other payment acceptable to the settlement officer at settlement.'
There are title companies that will only accept wired funds?
Curious...have you ever had a suitcase of cash at a closing table?
Read The Contract But Not Literally !