Category Archives for William Bronchick

Are Real Estate Seminars Worth the Money?

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Food for Thought When Partnering or Joint Venturing

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Real Estate Contract Earnest Money

by William Bronchick A buyer will usually put up earnest money to bind the contract and show that he is a serious buyer.  Most sellers ask for the earnest money deposit because they are afraid of tying up the property and rejecting other potential buyers. How Much is Necessary? No specific amount of earnest money […]

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