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Dallas Main Post Office Window Open Until Midnight For Last Minute Delivery of Notices

** THE PHONE NUMBER FOR THE DALLAS MAIN POST OFFICE IS 800-275-8777.  PLEASE do not call me directly as I have no affiliation with the US Postal Service and will not be able to answer any questions you have regarding mail issues! **

Often times, real estate contract negotiations come down to the wire.  There may be times where a last minute change occurs or the other party fails to respond by the date required on the contract.   And sometimes, this happens at the last minute, which is always the worst time.

The "notices" section of the TREC real estate contract is very specific when it comes to how notices must be delivered to the other party.  There may be times when either the client does not have a fax or email address or that information was omitted from the notices section.   The notice can be hand-delivered, but what if that isn't a realistic option either?

Dallas Main Post OfficeIf you find yourself in this situation and it's past five o'clock, the best option may be to pay a late night visit to The Dallas Main Post Office at 401 DFW Turnpike (I30).  While there is no "24 Hour" post office in Dallas, the window at this office stays open until midnight on weeknights and Saturdays, so they will post mark any piece of mail up until 11:59PM. 

Of course, with budget and service cuts expected to be announced any day now, you may want to call them to verify these hours.  Their toll-free number is 800-275-8777.  

 


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John Jones, Realtor(R)

Texas Urban Living Real Estate

www.homesourcedallas.com

5706 Greenville Ave Suite 210

Dallas, TX 75206

Dallas, TX Real Estate and surrounding areas of Richardson, Plano, Addison, Frisco, Carrollton, Farmers Branch, Garland, Allen, Irving, Rowlett, and Rockwall.

Dallas, TX neighborhoods and subdivisions of Lake Highlands, White Rock Lake, Lochwood, Eastwood, L Streets, M Streets, Hollywood Heights, Lakewood, Coronado and Gastonwood, Forest Hills, Lochwood, Eastwood, and Preston Hollow.

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