(1) A property that has an accepted real estate contract between seller and buyer.

(2) Both the home seller and buyer have placed their John Hancocks on the dotted line: That’s when a home is officially under contract. There are still several steps that take place after this occurrence, but odds are if you and your client navigated your client to this point, you’re in good shape to ensure the deal completes as it should. Once your client has signed, you can focus on the next tasks at hand: getting everything set for closing day and preparing your client to either move in (if they’re buyers) or out (if they’re sellers).

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