When does the offer expire?
The Federa Buy/Sell Agreement does not have an expiration date and is good until canceled, also known as "good 'til canceled." If the seller does not accept the offer, the buyer has the option to cancel the contract at any time. If canceled, the contract becomes null and void, and the parties are released from their obligations.
Managing a Federa Offer
How to manage your Federa Offer Mastering how to manage your offers on Federa has never been more straightforward! In this step-by-step guide, we take you through the journey of managing a new property offer - from receiving your first offer to ...
Managing Offer Terms and Documents
How do I submit additional terms and request additional documents? Before Submitting an Offer At the point of creating an offer, you will be prompted to add any additional terms to the offer if needed. Countering an Offer If you wish to counter an ...
What type of inspections are the buyers requiring?
The old-fashioned way of including various contingencies in a real estate contract can be overwhelming and confusing for buyers, and often leads to missed deadlines or limited options. By consolidating all of the contingencies into a single "days to ...
How can I get added as the listing agent for an offer that we received?
The best option is to be added by someone who is already on the transaction. They can simply go to the transaction and add your profile under the 'Add People' section. How do you know who is currently added to the transaction? If the home is already ...
Are Federa Offer Contracts state approved?
It's important to note that neither the Federa Buy/Sell Agreement nor the assumed NAR contracts are state-approved. In fact, states typically do not provide contracts. However, the Federa Buy/Sell Agreement is a private contract that has been ...