Over on Facebook, we asked our friends if they could guess the term to this definition: “A reminder notice provided to the buyer and seller when a buyer client is interested in purchasing an in-house listing – this notice names the appointed associates.” Can you guess the term?
Over on our Social Media platforms (see links below!), we asked our friends if they could guess the term to this definition: “In the eyes of the law, one party is at a disadvantage and can avoid the agreement – a minor, someone who signed under the influence of alcohol or drugs, someone who signed under duress.” Can you guess the term?
Over on our Social Media platforms (see links below!), we asked our friends if they could guess the term to this definition: “A 10-year Warranty Program from the Home Owner’s Warranty Corporation covering defects in material, faulty workmanship and structural problems available on new construction.” Can you guess the term?
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