Create a nine-page PDF copy of a residential real estate contract for Illinois property from LandofLincolnAttorneyServices.com, an online law office of ...
Create a nine-page PDF copy of a residential real estate contract for Illinois property from LandofLincolnAttorneyServices.com, an online law office of Michael E. Byczek, Esq. (Chicago, IL). He is also a licensed Illinois Real Estate Broker. Provide a few details about the transaction and transfer the contract directly to your computer via iTunes to save and print. 1. Parties Provide the names, addresses, phone numbers, and e-mail addresses of one or two buyers and sellers. 2. Real Estate Provide the PIN, address, unit, city, county, lot dimensions, number of parking spaces, and whether numbered spots. A space is provided to hand write the legal description. Also states what items are part of the real estate (i.e. window fixtures). 3. Purchase Price Provide the purchase price, amount of earnest money, date the earnest money was deposited, and balance of the purchase price. Seller holds the earnest money, which is returned if contract is terminated without fault of Buyer. 4. Mortgage and other contingencies There is an option that the contract is not subject to a mortgage contingency. Provide the loan amount, how many days allowed to obtain, maximum interest rate, fees, and duration. All fees paid by the Buyer. Five days to submit application. Not contingent on the Buyer selling or closing on other real estate. 5. Closing Provide location and date. 6. Deed and title Mostly standard conditions regarding a general warranty deed and ALTA title insurance policy. Seller is responsible for all taxes on the property for the entire duration of ownership. 7. Possession Seller transfers possession at closing without option for holdover penalty. 8. Broker Commission This contract is intended for those who sell their property without a real estate professional. Therefore, Seller offers to pay either a flat fee or percentage of the selling price as a finder's fee to the buyer's agent, if any. 9. Proration Real estate taxes are prorated for the current year, but the Seller is not obligated to deposit any amount into escrow. Instead, there is a contractual duty to pay the taxes when the actual amount is due. 10. Real estate transfer tax Seller pays the Illinois state tax and other requirements to transfer title. The parties pay their respective obligations. If a law does not impose which party, the Seller pays that tax. 11. Statutory and other disclosures Buyer must receive the actual disclosures, Radon, and lead-paint material prior to signing the contract. 12. Professional inspections Standard provisions. 13. Homeowner and flood insurance Standard provisions 14. Plat of survey Standard provisions 15. Condominium obligations Standard provisions 16. Attorney review The parties have five days to seek review of the contract. 17. Notice Any communication is effective when reliably sent to the other party. 18. Copy of the contract It is advised that two copies be prepared for each party at the same time. Otherwise, the seller must provide the buyer with a completed copy within two days of acceptance. 19. Performance Seller has five days to accept the Buyer's offer.
Size: 310.19 KB
Price: $ 1.97
Developed by Michael Elliot Byczek
Day of release: 2011-06-10
Recommended age: 4+