OREF forms do more than specify rights and duties: they serve as a valuable guide for people entering into one of the most important contracts of their lifetime. In pursuit of that goal, several provisions of the Sale Agreement remind the parties of essential things that should happen when purchasing a home. Since insurance is essential to protect the buyer’s investment in the property, these paragraphs help them remember to address insurance, especially if they don’t have a lender.
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