Now that you’ve found the perfect home, it’s time to get the deal rolling. You’ll need to sign a residential purchase agreement, make an offer, possibly put down a deposit, conduct inspections and close the sale. If this all sounds overwhelming to you, don’t worry; your REALTOR® will guide you through each step.
Making An Offer/Residential Purchase Agreements and Buyer Representation Agreements
If you’re ready to purchase the home, you must get all the details in writing. The offer begins with a written proposal spelling out your price and any stipulations regarding the purchase. If the seller has agreed to pay part of the closing costs, for example, that needs to be specified in the accepted offer. In addition, sometimes offers to purchase are contingent upon factors like the buyers’ ability to obtain financing or the sellers finding housing within a certain time frame.Click here to read more: The Transaction from Start to Finish