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Dear Forms Committee: If my buyer is writing an offer contingent on funds received from the sale of an existing property, what forms should be included?

If the buyer’s purchase of the property is contingent upon the buyer obtaining funds from the sale of an existing property, the buyer should identify that contingency in Section 4 of the Sale Agreement. The buyer should also include OREF 083 – Buyer’s Contingent Right to Purchase Addendum with their offer to document the terms of the contingency.

And keep in mind that the buyer will have to provide OREF 083A – Contingent Right to Purchase – Notice to Seller before the “Contingency Deadline” in the Addendum.


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