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Todays video shares a current scenario that was described to me recently and that scenario ended with this question: Does missing the contract date kill the contract? The scenario it is a Seller financed transaction (so theres no lender approval issues), but the Buyer had to ask for an extension because he needed more time to gather his down payment funds. This extension was granted and an amendment was signed. Then the day before the amended closing date, the title company called to say that the closing would be delayed one more day because the partial release of lien that the title company needed would not be ready until the day after closing. When the Buyer was told that the extending closing would be delayed one more day, the Buyer said he was too busy to close on that date and now could not close for another month. The seller refused to extend for an additional month. No termination of contract has been sent up to this point, but the listing agent has put the listing back as