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FREE!! Order over 3000 Real Estate forms, real estate contracts for sale, Contract to purchase Real Estate, business letters, lease agreements, contracts forms, construction contracts, real estate forms and rental agreements, and more listed below 1. Bill of Sale: A written statement attesting to the transfer (sale) of goods, possessions, or a business to a buyer. It is useful to show that the buyer now has ownership and to detail what was actually purchased. A bill of sale may accompany an agreement which states the agreed-upon terms of sale, including the date of transfer, the price, timing of payment and other provisions. 2.
Sales Contract to Purchase Real Estate: A real estate sales agreement is a formal written contract made between a homebuyer and seller. The document includes property address, condition, Keep reading

Seller’s remorse? How to back out of a home sale contract

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Seller's remorse? How to back out of a home sale contract
You’ve finally gone to contract on your home, and now you’re sorry you have. How can you get out of the contract? “A seller is best-advised to be absolutely firm about wanting to sell real estate,” says Joanne Fanizza, an attorney in Farmingdale, N. Y. It’s indeed good advice since, as Fanizza explains, sellers face high hurdles if they want to back out of a contract to sell their home. “I’ve seen situations where sellers thought, ‘I’m just not going to sell. ‘ They think the house just isn’t for sale anymore. You can’t do that after you’re in contract,” she warns. Sellers sometimes change their minds because they’re unhappy about the sale price or the cost of repairs, have lost a job, decided not to relocate to another state or are involved in a loan modification, short sale or foreclosure.
None of those excuses makes canceling a deal easy, however. “Sellers have fewer options (than buyers), and pretty much, if the seller has seller’s remorse, Keep reading

Frequently Asked Questions about Real Estate Law

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Frequently Asked Questions about Real Estate Law
Q: What is a Mechanicвs Lien? A: A mechanicвs lien is a security interest available to contractors, engineers, architects, and other entities and individuals that provide materials or services for work on real property. Q: What Can I Do About an Unresolved Mechanicвs Lien in Utah? A: As a construction company or other commercial entity, enforcing a mechanicвs lien requires foreclosure through the Utah court system.
For mechanicвs liens on residential properties, along with filing a complaint the lienholder must make certain specific disclosures to the homeowner in order to preserve its rights. Q: What Can I Do About an Encumbrance Unaccounted for in My Purchase Agreement? A: This can be a tricky situation. With encumbrances such as mechanicвs liens, Keep reading

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When writing your contract, there should be certain contingencies. This means writing clauses that allow you to have some evaluation of the home before it is purchased. It allows you to find out physical details about the home, sometimes hidden details without being required to purchase the home. These are questions that should be answered and if the answer doesn’t satisfy you, you have no penalties in deciding to cancel the contract.
Listed below are several common contingencies but each contract may have certain criteria, depending on your area, the price, value and age of the home, or other considerations. The contract should explain what type of financing you expect to receive and should release you from any purchase obligation if you are unable to obtain your desired financing terms. You might add a clause explaining that it doesn’t matter why the terms weren’t reached, only that they weren’t. This protects your privacy.
If you chose to do home inspections, or your Keep reading

Utah Division of Real Estate

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Utah Division of Real Estate
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Booker, 982 P
Moss v. Parr Waddoups Brown Gee Loveless,? 2008 UT App. 405 (Utah App. November 6, 2008).? Trial court denied summary judgment in litigation seeking to enforce an oral settlement agreement.?
The appellate court reversed the denial of summary judgment, stating that the terms of the mediation confidentiality agreement were unambiguous. Miller Family Real Estate v. Hejizedeh, (Utah December 26, 2008). The court addressed whether the trial court erred in dismissing a complaint without prejudice due to a party’s failure to mediate within 30 days under a Uniform Real Estate Purchase Contract.
The court held that the specific mediation provision was a condition precedent to specific performance but did not foreclose the Miller family’s substantive claims and therefore affirmed the dismissal without prejudice. Reese v. Keep reading

Utah Real Estate Contract Attorney

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Utah Real Estate Contract Attorney
Utah Real Estate Contract Attorney EVICT BAD TENANTS Landlords, wherever stage you are at, contact our Utah eviction attorneys atб 801. 770. 0900 бfor a free consultation to prevent critical mistakes. бWe can answer any questions that you have about: MAKE BETTER DEALS Look over Utah form rental agreements, Utah property management agreements, Utah eviction notices, and more. б Our Utah real estate contract attorneys can assist you with the agreements that you need to succeed, or help you resolve disputes from current or previous purchases or sales. PROTECT YOURSELF AND GROW Call us to discuss how we can help you build and protect your portfolio. б We can help you with: isolating risks on your properties through series LLCs, trusts, and more. REMOVE A LIEN FROM YOUR PROPERTY Do you have title problems, a wrongful lien, an invalid lien, or a mechanics lien that you Keep reading

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THIS IS A LEGALLY BINDING CONTRACT. READ CAREFULLY BEFORE SIGNING. THIS AGREEMENT is entered into effective the day of, by and between Plumb 1. TERM OF LISTING. The Seller hereby grants to the Company, including Kirk Millson (the Seller’s Agent) as agent for the Company, for the period of months starting on the date listed above, and ending at 5:00 P. M. (MST) on the day of, (the Listing Period), the Exclusive Right to Sell, Lease, or Exchange real property owned by the Seller, described as: (the Property), at the listing price and terms stated on the attached property data form (the Data Form), or at such other price and terms to which the in writing. 2. BROKERAGE FEE. If, during the Listing Period, the Company, the Seller’s Agent, the Seller, another real estate agent, or anyone else locates a party who is ready, willing and able to buy, lease, or exchange Keep reading

Account Suspended

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Account Suspended
By Evan L. Loeffler One would think that the transfer of ownership of real estate from one party to another should not be much more difficult than buying golf clubs at a garage sale. The seller puts a price tag on the goods to be sold, the buyer identifies the goods to be purchased, the parties dicker over price and, eventually, agree on a price. Money changes hands and both parties walk away happy. Unfortunately, it is not that simple when dealing with real estate.
Each jurisdiction has special rules, regulations, taxes, forms, and procedures that must be followed not only to effectuate a sale, but to protect the parties involved from litigation later. Further, most sales of real estate involve a mortgage, which requires an additional raft of paperwork in order to effect the sale. There are a Keep reading

In this case, Karl

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In this case, Karl
A misrepresentation is a statement about something that is not in line with the facts. A fraudulent misrepresentation is where someone misstates a fact and either knows or believes that what he is saying is not true or is not sure whether or not his statement is true but passes it off as true anyway. If a party to the contract relies on the fraudulent misrepresentation and enters into a contract based on that misrepresentation, the contract is voidable by the innocent party. For example: Karl is looking to buy a house in the Salt Lake City area of Utah.
Karl contacts John, a realtor, and arranges to see several houses that are on sale. After picking out the house he likes, Karl asks the owner if the house has a termite problem. The house does have a termite problem but the owner, knowing that Karl will not buy the house if he knows about the termite problem, tells Karl that there is no termite problem. Karl and the owner sign a contract under which Keep reading