A Utah Real Estate Purchase Agreement is a handwritten or typed contract drafted by the seller and the buyer of the real property located in the state of Utah. Whether you are planning to settle down with your family and are looking to buy a house of your dreams or you are running a successful business and are going to open a new store, the transfer of any commercial or residential property must be made in writing to ensure the interests of both parties are safeguarded.
See the library of templates below to find a Utah-specific purchase agreement and related forms you need to prepare to properly finalize the transfer of the real estate.
Types of Utah Real Estate Purchase Agreements
- FHA/VA Loan Addendum to Real Estate Purchase Contract Form. This supplemental document is necessary if the purchaser received funds to pay for the house or apartment in question from the Federal Housing Administration or the Department of Veterans Affairs;
- An Addendum to Real Estate Purchase Contract can be signed by the parties if the deal is already formalized but they forgot to include a certain provision in the contract or decided to explain or define any details from the original purchase agreement;
- Survey Addendum to Real Estate Purchase Contract. Any prospective buyer is allowed to inspect the property before purchasing it, whether on their own or with the help of a professional home inspector, to make sure its description is correct and there are no major defects that may alter the purchase price of the real estate or make the property unsafe;
- Real Estate Purchase Contract. This is the main document to sign - it confirms the intention of the parties to participate in the real property transfer and formalizes the terms and conditions of the deal.