Purchase agreements may include a pledge or deposit of earnest money. Earnest money is a cash deposit that proves that the buyer intends in good faith to buy the property. Subject to the parties’ agreement, earnest money may be used as a down payment on the purchase of the property. However, if the buyer fails to purchase the property as agreed, the earnest money may go to the seller.
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THE ROYSTER HEARTH GROUP
HOME is more than a place with a roof over your head. It is a place of comfort, love, warmth, rest and security – “HEARTH”. We want to help you reach that place. Hence, our mission at The Royster Hearth Group is simple – Serve Our Neighbors, Not Ourselves. We work hard to serve you in every aspect of the home-selling and -buying process.