New York Commercial Real Estate Purchase and Sale Agreement

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Updated April 12, 2022

A New York commercial real estate purchase and sale agreement is a contract between a buyer and seller governing the transfer of ownership of commercial property. In most cases, the buyer will present the contract to the seller as an offer to purchase and the seller will accept, negotiate, or refuse their offer. Even if the seller accepts the offer, it is common for the purchase to be conditional upon the buyer securing financing within a certain time frame. In the event that the purchase cannot be completed due to contractual contingencies, any earnest money deposits that have been made will need to be returned to the buyer.

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New York City Bar – Adobe PDF

Residential Property

New York Residential Purchase Agreement – Allows the parties to a residential real estate transaction to define the terms and conditions of the purchase and sale of the property.

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