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Old 13-10-2016, 13:50   #1
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Dealing with a Florida broker/Advice please

sorry about the cross post, this might be a better forum...

Hi guys, not sure if this is the best forum to ask...but running into a tight situation with a broker.

Got a signed contract to buy a boat, high demand sale with dozens of back up offers.

Florida broker had me delay for a week considering how he would get it hauled. Then a second week for Hurricane Matthew.

I asked for a 2 week extension, that took a week for him to "decline". Then I offered to pay slip fees into next month..and it was accepted.

I have not received a signed copy of the extension do to the extension being mailed to the owner, and not back yet.

I have until Monday when my contract legally runs out.

He sent me a copy of an extension that he "mailed" to the seller. Next to my name it states "HAND SIGNED IN COUNTERPARTS". The line next to her name is blank..

What would you do?
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