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  Binder Definition
Binder When you enter into a binder, you are entering into a preliminary agreement that is usually secured with a deposit of “good faith money” or “earnest money.” If you change your mind after entering into a binder, you will generally lose the money that you secured the agreement with, unless the binder has a refund provision.
   
   
   


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