Keller Williams Realty
Real Estate Consultant
3xUS Army Veteran
Hope this helps.
Don Groff | REALTORÂ® & Mortgage Broker
Austin Real Estate Pros & 360 Lending Group
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What does your realtor say?
There could be occasions where the seller does it, but not often.
i think in most cases there are two many questions a seller would not be able to answer to fill out the contract?
Kim is correct. Its most common that buyer write up and offer with the terms that they most desired to send it to seller. Then the game of countering and negotiating starts from there.
Please let me know if you are interested in looking for a farm land.
If this is commercial farm land and you are talking as if this is land you had previously been leasing, then I suggest that you speak with a real estate attorney unless you are working with a real estate broker already who would be guiding you. When I have worked with my clients in lease situations we lay the ground work prior to the lease and use the real estate attorney to pull things together so that each knows what the terms are and the options are and the term and allowable time to exercise that option. It is important that things are done properly and I suggest speaking with a real estate attorney so that you make informed decisions and you are protected to avoid a costly mistake. I am a NC Broker but would be glad to refer you to someone if you need that help. If you have a family attorney he could also help you find a good real estate attorney, but I would ask them if they have done these options and leases before if that is what you are seeking and use someone who has that experience. I imagine that Kim the agent over in Coppell could also help find someone to help you if you need assistance.
I hope this is helpful,
Deborah Rigsbee Miller, Real Estate Broker