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The Purchase Document For Investors by real estate expert Craig Summers

Posted by Craig Summers on January 1, 1970
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The Purchase Document For Investors by real estate expert Craig Summers It is very important to protect yourself when you are purchasing some investment property in . One of the ways that you can do this is to make sure that you know what should be in your purchase contract and that you are satisfied with everything in it. In our discussion today, we will be discussing some of the parts of the purchase contract. Names on the contract Make sure that all of the parties that are involved with the transaction are clearly named in the contract. This includes all partners and spouses. You must make sure that you negotiate your agreement with all parties that have ownership in the property in . If you can’t speak to all parties, then it is best to stop the negotiations until you can. Description of the land that the property sits on Make sure that you have the proper street address and the legal description that is spelled out in the deed. Make sure that you have walked all over the property in and also measured the boundaries yourself. Be sure that you know where you property lines in begin and end Description of the building Make sure that you specify any specifics of the building in the agreement. This would include such things as the age, specific designers of the building etc. If the seller has stated something specific about the building in , make sure that it is true and then include that in the agreement. Personal property in the building When we speak of personal property, this is property that is left to the buyer and is defined as property that is not permanently a part of the land or the building. This can include such things as air conditioners, blinds, appliances and ceiling fans. Make sure that all of this is listed separately in the agreement. You want to make sure that you state whether that is included in the house or that you are going to purchase it separately. These are just some of the items that should be a part of your purchase contract. In later discussions, we will add to this list. There is a lot of free information available to you about buying, selling or investing in real estate. For complete information about the real estate market including current homes for sale, property values and more please visit the most complete website online dedicated to everything real estate at Please feel free to contact me with any of your real estate or mortgage related questions and I would be more than glad to answer your questions. Call me on my cell at 404 374 1620 or email me at For a FREE List of 3 Plus Bedroom Dallas Georgia Homes under $100,000 click the link or fill out the form below.