Due Diligence Period End Date

Due Diligence Period End Date

The date in the contract except where the status is not an exact date, but triggered by an event, such as "...14 days after Lienholders' Approval", enter any future date. When the MLS reminds you of the approaching DDP End Date, revise it again to reflect another future date. Revise the listing to the correct date upon the event occurrence.
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