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- Any suggestions?CommentQuote0Flag
- Most of the buyers just go for it due to herd mentality. Changing the agreement by a builder on a client request is highly unlikely. They would prefer another client who just sign it rather amending the agreement which would involve their legal team and incur expenses. Also these are the loopholes which builder enjoy to screw the clients later so they can't afford a single agreement to say otherwise.
The best option is to buy an RTM if you want peace of mind. Of course the peace comes at a price.CommentQuote1Flag
- RTM is the way forward. Agree!!!CommentQuote0Flag
- Rightly interpreting the many clauses written in a buyer agreement is a task quite enormous even for those who practice the legal profession. One can hardly imagine a first time home buyer being able to understand all the facts fully. In a situation such as this, hiring the services of an efficient lawyer is a must. Sure, you will end up paying a good amount for using his services. However, considering home buying is the biggest purchase of your lifetime, well, for most of us, one should be willing to make the sacrifice. This would safe you from any future trouble.CommentQuote0Flag