Keller Williams Atlantic Shore
I don't know about New Jersey, but in IL I just contacted the title and escrow company we planned on using and they were very happy to supply all the forms. The buyer and I just used the sales contract basically as a mock up scribbling in changes where necessary. I took that contract along with all the other disclosures that the buyer and I went over to the an attorney. He reviewed all the disclosure forms giving me the third degree, and prepared a contract that would be more presentable to the lender with all the changes that the buyer and I made (no scribbling and initialling). I gave a copy to the buyer and kept a copy for myself. Of course we signed the polished version of the contract as well. Good luck.
the correct answer is both,
get an attorney to draw up one or just go to staples or a office supply store.
However the attorney is very key.
Agents are required to carry errors and ommissions insurance to cover if the buyer sues after the transaction.
If you dont have an attorney, what will you use in case the buyer sues you after the transaction?
hope that helps
Citzens Premier real estate
I recommend that you do the same. Look at the amount of money involved - a lawyer's fee is a small percentage of that amount.
Consult your real estate attorney before creating any forms however.
Good luck to you!
You can either contact a Real Estate office/ Agent and ask for help(that may entail a fee, no body likes to work for free) or,
talk to an Attorney who will guide you through the process, most likely for a fee too.
Good luck either way.