Posted by dealmaker on February 22, 2006 at 16:30:47:
Sounds like salesman BS to me. I’ve never heard of a 48 hour cooling off period in any circumstance. Federal law has a 72 hour but it is ONLY FOR THINGS WHERE A SALES PERSON COMES TO YOU, such as vaccuum cleaners, etc.
If it’s NOT in the CONTRACT it’s NOT PART OF THE CONTRACT.
Please Help! Real Estate Contract Question… - Posted by Eric White
Posted by Eric White on February 22, 2006 at 16:21:02:
My parents are looking to buy new construction in FL or SC in a Dell Web community. Would you please tell me if FL or SC law provides the buyer a 48-hour (or similar) cooling off period should they change their mind on a property before the construction actually begins (or before the ground is broken, etc)? A salesperson at a Dell Web community told them this, but also said it is NOT written in the contract, but is still a law. If so, where may I learn more about this?
Thank you very much,