Purchase and Sales Agreement Attorney.

A real estate purchase or sale agreement isn't just copied and pasted; but includes many important decisions you'll want to make about price, timing, contingencies and more. At Gravis Law, PLLC, experienced attorneys can help you draft the agreement to suit all your needs.

What is a Real Estate Purchase Agreement?

A Real Estate Purchase Agreement is a contract used to outline the terms of a residential property deal between a buyer and a seller. It may only be used for residential properties where construction has been completed.

A Real Estate Purchase Agreement is also known as a:

  • Real Estate Sales Contract
  • Home Sale Contract
  • Real Estate Purchase Contract

Who needs a Real Estate Purchase Agreement?

Some common reasons for using a Real Estate Purchase Agreement include:

  • A seller wishes to conduct a private sale
  • A seller will be financing the buyer for the purchase
  • The transaction will take place between family members

You may use a Real Estate Purchase Agreement for any type of residential property purchase or sale, as long as the home has either been previously owned, or construction will be finished prior to the closing date on the contract.

What is included in a Real Estate Purchase Agreement?

A real estate purchase contract includes information such as:

  • Buyer and seller details (you may have multiple buyers or sellers)
  • Property details
  • Pricing and financing
  • Closing and possession dates
  • Insurance
  • Conflict resolution
  • An option to terminate

Hire a Gravis Real Estate Law Attorney.

With the help of one of our real estate and purchase agreement attorneys, you can customize and work through every aspect of your contract to suit your specific needs. Our knowledge of real estate law and real estate litigation will provide you with the quality and personalized help and tools you deserve. We look forward to assisting you through your real estate matters and beyond – making the process as smooth and uncomplicated as possible.