25 Mar Deposit Bond
Q: What is a Deposit Bond?
A: Deposit bonds can sometimes be used (when formally agreed to between the parties) instead of cash to pay a deposit when buying a home. The person taking out the bond has to pay the money plus fees for the bond back to the bond issuer by an agreed date. At settlement the bond is usually surrendered and the full purchase price is then paid for at settlement as well.
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