You should never use Free FSBO contracts in the sale of your home or any other legal transaction. Free contracts are not state-specific. They are written to be very generic, broad and non-specific and in most cases, do not satisfy the laws of your state and are not valid in a real estate transaction. You take a risk that the contract will be rejected by real estate attorneys during the closing process and losing the confidence of your buyer.
In addition to the Sales Contract, your state may require additional documents such as a Disclosure Form, Disclosure Statement, Lead-Based Paint Disclosure, etc... It is a wiser decision to use only the forms that have been drafted to comply with your state's laws. We highly recommend US Legal Forms, Inc. as your source of documents for a real estate transaction. USLegalForms.com is the leading provider of state-specific legal forms over the Internet. Their forms are written by attorneys to satisfy the laws of each state. Forms are available for as low as $14.95. Find out which forms are required for your state.
US Legal Forms, Inc. is the leading publisher of State Specific legal forms over the Internet. Whether you are a homeowner, investor, attorney, small business or consumer, USLF provides affordable online legal forms prepared by attorneys in an easy to understand format.
USLegalForms.com is the winner 8 straight years of the "Gold Award - BEST Legal Forms Company" from 2006 to 2013
It really can't get any easier than this. USLegalForms is a company endorsed by Dave Ramsey, Author of Financial Peace University.
The Home Sales Package: (also referred to as the For Sale by Owner Kit)
The Home Sales Package includes everything you need to make the process of selling your home much easier to complete and satisfies the legal requirements of your State.
To order, select your state and instantly download the package which includes the following contracts:
Your listing is randomly displayed on the following pages on 10Realty.com:
Get the required real estate legal forms now because someone may want to make an offer on your home at the first showing. A real estate agent will never show a house to a potential buyer without having his/her briefcase full of real estate contracts.
If you show your home to a buyer and he says, "Yes, I love it. I want to make an offer" and you don't have any contracts, you look unprepared to the buyer. He may have concerns if this will be a successful purchase or not./p>
A buyer will not have any FSBO contracts on them and even if he/she does, you would feel better if you provided the forms. It is your home, after all. Download state-specific Legal Forms for as low as $14.95
When you and the buyer come to an agreement on price, closing date, inspections, etc..., have your real estate attorney look at the terms between you and the seller before you sign the contract. If you don't have a real estate attorney, contact the Title Agency which will be closing on the home. They should have a staff of real estate attorneys who can look over your contract for a very reasonable fee.