A Texas Real Estate Purchase Agreement is a legally enforceable document prepared to formalize the transfer of real property situated in the state of Texas. The parties to the transaction - the seller and the buyer - need to list all the provisions of the sale and purchase to release the owner from any rights and claims to the property in question and confirm the purchaser is now allowed to manage the residential or commercial real estate at their discretion.
You can browse our library of Texas-specific real estate contracts below to find the agreement required in your particular case.
Types of Texas Real Estate Purchase Agreements
- TREC Form 9-13, Unimproved Property Contract. Fill out this agreement if you are transferring land that does not have any buildings, structures, and fixtures. It is necessary to describe the present state of the land being sold in writing;
- TREC Form 20-14, One to Four Family Residential Contract (Resale). This real estate agreement is the prevalent contract drafted in the state of Texas to sell free-standing residential buildings and living units attached to each other;
- TREC Form 30-13, RESIDENTIAL CONDOMINIUM CONTRACT (RESALE). Only complete this document if the owner of the condominium unit offers it for resale. Note that the seller must have a nonexclusive right of way or easement in the community property under the control of the condominium administration;
- TREC Form 24-15, NEW HOME CONTRACT (Completed Construction). In case you are buying or selling a new building or apartment where no one has resided before and the construction process is officially finalized, this is the agreement for you;
- TREC Form 23-15, NEW HOME CONTRACT (Incomplete Construction). Use this document if the house in question is new yet the construction will continue after the real estate transaction is completed.