Conditions reserved and resolutive in el contrato de arras?

Conditions reserved and resolutive in el contrato de arras?
In principle, you can of course include all kinds of reservations or resolutive conditions in the negotiation when purchasing a home, but whether they are accepted is another question. What people often forget is that these kinds of reservations and conditions are a child of the times. In the past, these kinds of reservations were not often used, at least much less than they are now. Just ask your parents or grandparents! But today you hear and see nothing else in the Netherlands and everyone is used to it.
In Spain, reservations and resolutive conditions are not yet of this time. For several years now, especially in the tourist areas where many foreigners buy, financing reservations have been on the rise, but sellers are not always keen on it. They don’t get it, are afraid they could lose the sale, don’t think it’s their problem that the buyer can’t get a mortgage, or there’s some other reason they don’t like to accept it. In any case, as international brokers in a semi-tourist area, it is sometimes difficult to navigate between the Spanish zeitgeist and the Dutch self-evidence with which reservations and cancellation conditions are put on the table.
In such cases we are more likely to act as a mediator than a sales advisor, but that is part of the job. It suits us that Daniel has coached for years and that I have not obtained my master title for nothing. So on a Thursday evening I am editing a Spanish opening bid with all kinds of Dutch obvious terms. Fortunately, this Spanish family lives abroad, maybe the zeitgeist there is much more Dutch than here and we can quickly make buyers and sellers happy with the deal 🙂
Buy with reservation? Maybe this owner is open to it