The Wisconsin Offer to Purchase

I’m not a lawyer but I know lawyers and I know of a Wisconsin Real Estate Lawyer with a blog. James N. Graham is the lawyer, and while I don’t know him I like what he presented on the “As-Is” sales.  Last night I read the  Court of Appeals of Wisconsin Published Opinion James gave a link to. Yup. I read it just before lights out.  If you wonder how a court might interpret failure to disclose provisions of the Offer, you’ll get some insight from Attorney Graham’s work.

The WRA created a fantastic resource for licensees and the public. See the Explanation of  the State of Wisconsin Residential Offer To Purchase.

While I don’t want to discourage you from getting your law degree, staying up on the real estate law can be done by finding legitimate expert lay person’s explanations. These are two worth looking into.

Author: Tom Meyer Real Estate Broker, Madison, WI

I believe every every Offer to Purchase can present the unique ability of the person the contract is written for. The person who is most compelled to be cooperative, most qualified, most sincere, most committed, least risk adverse, can have an Offer drafted to show their true ability and commitment. Home sellers are likely to look favorably upon those offers which give them the most comfort. Licensees who know how to craft Offers as unique as the individual buyer are worth their weight in gold.

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