Real Estate Purchase Contract Disputes

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Real Estate Purchase Contract Disputes

A real estate purchase contract is a signed agreement for the sale or purchase of real property. It provides each party duties, responsibilities and rights regarding the sale or purchase of the real property. Real estate purchase contract disputes typically arise after the contract has been signed by both parties, but before the entire transaction has been completed.

What Are Conditions and Terms of a Real Estate Purchase Contract?

Purchase agreements contain terms that both parties agree to follow and conditions that the parties agree to meet, such as:

Either party can breach the real estate contract if they fail to follow the conditions and terms of the contract.

What Is a Dispute over Closing Costs?

A dispute over closing costs is a type of contract dispute that involves the negotiated price of the real estate property. The disputes that may arise include:

What Are Some Other Real Estate Purchase Contract Disputes?

Other disputes typically involve failing to complete contingencies that must be met prior to the completion of the sale, such as:

How Can I Resolve My Real Estate Dispute?

How parties are allowed to resolve disputes are outlined in the contract. In general, real estate contract disputes are normally resolved by:

Do I Need an Attorney for a Dispute Involving a Real Estate Purchase Contract?

Yes, a real estate purchase contract is complex. To resolve any potential or actual disputes, contact a real estate attorney.

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Last Modified: 08-20-2015 09:47 AM PDT

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