South Carolina Code (Title 27, Chapter 50, Article 1) requires owners of residential real estate to provide a purchaser a completed and signed South Carolina Residential Property Condition Disclosure Statement prior to forming a real estate contract.
The real estate commission is the agent's fee for service.
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Most if not all real estate contracts have contingencies that will allow the buyer or seller to terminate the agreement if investigation reveals that the property does not appraise to the sales price or if property has defects that cannot be remedied.
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