Posted by Anna on December 23, 2000 at 11:33:19:
Your flip brush-off is no help - will someone kinder PLEASE answer my questions? I PLAN to seek another buyer - am advertising & showing the house - and I KNOW, you can’t beat a dead horse, but this one AIN’T DEAD YET, and I NEED TO USE IT WHILE I CAN. I DON’T plan to sue - I can’t afford it AND I KNOW that only the lawyers win. But, I DO plan to tell buyer that if she wants out of this contract, she MUST pay me a fee, or I will notify the credit companies that she has defaulted. She NEEDS her good credit - she is actively seeking to buy other investment houses AND a personal residence. If I just let her out of the contract, I’ve just walked away from some bucks I NEED. Credit card companies threaten to report late payments to the credit bureaus - so I assume I can report this default. I have leverage now, while I have her locked in - my question still is - IS THERE ANYTHING ILLEGAL WITH THIS?