Can a Seller Cancel a Real Estate Contract in New Jersey?

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Can a Seller Cancel a Real Estate Contract in New Jersey?

In New Jersey, home sellers can cancel a real estate contract if the buyer does not meet any of their contingencies. By making the sale contingent upon specific conditions like the sale of a home, financing, appraisal, or inspection, sellers can cancel the contract if the buyer does not meet any.

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