Can Realtor use Texas Commercial R E purchase contract for 3 unit rental vs 1-4 unit res contract?

In Buying Property - Asked by Stephen M. - Sep 23, 2017
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Patrick K.
Broker/Agent
The Woodlands, TX

There is no such thing as a "Texas" Commercial RE purchase contract. There's a TAR commercial contract.
There are contracts drawn up by attorneys that can work too.

Sep 24, 2017
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Anand B.
Broker/Agent
Arlington Heights, IL

Honestly? And this is just my opinion. A Realtor is a member of a trade association, most of them are residential experts and they use standardized residential contracts. Short answer Yes, there is no law against it - but risky. An attorney ( or if you are trying to save $, a consultant whose contract will eventually be reviewed by an attorney before closing) should really provide that contract.

Sep 28, 2017
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