Dated: 03/02/2013

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Have you ever used it when representing a buyer? How did it turn out?

Escalation Clause: Buyer makes an offer, if seller gets another offer with a higher net proceeds, then buyer's offer automatically goes up, say $1,000, over any other offers, with verification of real offers of course, so my buyer has a leg up. Also making a limit of the top price my buyer is willing to go.

Thanks for your input folks.

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