More of the answers owners typically want to know are right where they should be–on the first page. Price, Binding Acceptance, and Closing date. The definition of a fixture is front and center on page 1, with some clarification tweaks.
The agent drafting the Offer has fears. So does the buyer. The drafter needs to know who’s fear she’s protecting. Who’s Offer is this anyway?
Full price offers capture attention and soften senses to the rest of the terms. The desire to get all of the money, or more, causes
Forms used in real estate transactions are the product of years of fears. What was once a handshake agreement to pay X Dollars for That
Given a choice, without being told of potential consequences, a Buyer Client is 99% likely to include a Buyer Favorable leverage an inspection contingency, over
Selling your real estate is somewhat like seeking a short term business partner. The same attributes you want to see in a business partner: courageous,