A land contract is a special type of real estate contract between the seller and the buyer for a piece of land that is usually paid in installment. Under this agreement, the seller usually retains ownership of the piece of real estate until such time the buyer can make full payment of the property.

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Land contract come in different forms and can be modified according to an agreement by both parties. Our Sample Forms are available for different kinds of agreement, from basic land contracts to lease agreements. Each form can be edited and written according to the special agreement entered into and are available for print and download in both Microsoft Word Doc or Portable Document Format (PDF) form.

Land Purchase Contract Form in PDF

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Land Sale Contract Form Sample

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Sample Land Lease Contract to Download

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Blank Land Contract Form Example

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Sample Land Contract Form

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A Land Contract doesn’t have to be complicated but should include the terms and conditions for the benefit of both the buyer and the seller. Upon satisfaction of all contract terms including payment, the seller is obliged to hand over ownership of the real estate to the buyer by issuing a deed to transfer the title of ownership.

The basic contract for real estate purchase should include the following:

  • buyer and seller names and details (It may be possible that there is more than one seller or buyer and our forms have enough spaces for such a possibility);
  • details of the description of the property or properties;
  • purchase price and details of financing;
  • insurance/money deposit; and
  • option to terminate agreement.

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Free Land Installment Contract Forme contract f

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Standard Real Estate Land Contract Form

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Basic Land Contract Payoff in PDF

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Printable Land Contract Sale Addendum Form

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Simple Vacant Land Contract Form

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For Real Estate Contracts, these are usually done for residential properties that have already been done and ready for occupancy. It may also be used for as yet-to-be-finished property, provided that construction will be finished before the contract date is indicated and previously owned residential properties that are put out for sale.

Our Real Estate Sales Contract Samples will guide users on the basics of making a Real Estate contract and include the following references:

  • Mutual Assent for Unilateral and Bilateral Purchase Agreement

While Bilateral Agreements are common, a Unilateral Agreement has a provision which gives the buyer the option not to be obligated to buy the property.

  • Financing Terms

Like most big purchases, real estate properties have a Third-Party Financing Option details included in the contract that details the loan the buyer makes to help purchase the property.

Finally, our sample forms provide the basics with which the buyer and seller will be guided accordingly; keep in mind that our standardized contract samples need to be thoroughly understood most importantly by the buyer. The contract will only bind the buyer once he or she accepts and signs and both parties accept the terms of any offer or counteroffer.

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