Are you about to buy or sell a property? Before you do, it’s important that you know what you’re signing. Purchase agreements often set out the terms for each party to prepare for closing including the allocation of closing costs, disclosures of certain conditions of the property, contingencies for inspections and title defects, and what happens if either party defaults. Closing dates, mortgage information, lot description, and what personal property stays with the real estate should all be covered too. Don’t get lost in the details of purchase agreements. Every real estate transaction is unique and needs a purchase agreement tailored to your circumstances. Call Blethen Berens for a consultation and help with your purchase agreement needs.

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