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There are several types of real estate contracts and agreements that you may come across when dealing with real estate transactions. Here are a few examples:
- Purchase Agreement: This is a contract between a buyer and a seller outlining the terms of a real estate transaction, including the purchase price, payment terms, and closing date.
- Lease Agreement: This is a contract between a landlord and a tenant, outlining the terms of a rental property, including the lease term, rent amount, and security deposit.
- Listing Agreement: This is a contract between a real estate agent and a seller, outlining the terms of the agent's services, including the commission rate, marketing plan, and listing price.
- Option Agreement: This is a contract between a buyer and a seller, giving the buyer the option to purchase a property at a future date at a predetermined price.
- Right of First Refusal Agreement: This is a contract between a property owner and a potential buyer, giving the buyer the right to purchase the property if the owner decides to sell it.
- Escrow Agreement: This is an agreement between a buyer, seller, and a third-party escrow agent, outlining the terms of a real estate transaction, including the transfer of funds and documents.
It's important to note that the specific terms and conditions of these contracts may vary depending on the jurisdiction and the parties involved. It's always a good idea to consult with a real estate attorney to ensure that you fully understand the terms of any contract or agreement before signing it.