What happens to earnest money if all closing cost were paid by seller?
Answer: The earnest money would normally be applied to the purchase price. If your mortgage covers that completely, and the seller pays all the closing costs, you wouldn't owe anything at closing and would get it back.
The buyer gets all of the earnest money back! I'm happy to say that this is exactly what happened to me when I bought my condo.
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