Here are some other elements of the contract that you might encounter: If the valuation indicates that the property needs “necessary repairs by the lender” or that the property is less than the valued value, mark the second check box and note the number of working days to allow the renegotiation of this contract on the empty site just before the words “working days”. If a negotiation is not possible, the content of these documents stops and becomes invalid. Once the contract is written, the buyer must be aware that, until the conclusion of the property, the buyer has the opportunity to sell to another party with a better offer or not to sell at all. The real estate purchase contract does not oblige the seller to follow the sale of the property. It is only the sale, set at the future date or the closing date, that the purchase of the property is a sure thing. The contract you create before the final sale is the sales contract that defines all the responsibilities of the parties involved. Point “D” pursues this issue by requiring a definition of the number of days the seller needs from the due date of the following reference letter to terminate this agreement by written notice. The buyer must receive such notification within the number of days indicated here, after the buyer has not provided a written reference to point C by the due date. If the seller provides the financing that the buyer needs to buy this property, activate the “seller financing” box. In this regard, several articles need to be provided as information. . .