Can anyone suggest a book that would have commercail real estate forms that can be used? eg - offer forms.

In Buying Property - Asked by Tony h. - Jul 19, 2010
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Dawn L.
Broker/Agent
Boca Raton, FL

Check with your state's Board of Realtors - here in Florida, we have a 'standard' Sale and Purchase Contract. Perhaps your state does as well.
There is also Realtor.org, which *I believe* has "Forms to Go".
Hope this was helpful.

Jul 19, 2010
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Ann L.
Owner/Investor
La Quinta, CA

WinAIR Real Estate Forms has great commercial/retail/office forms packages. I am in CA and they are definitely written for owners protection. they are user friendly and will allow you to print out a draft before you print the original. The leases I write up have a lot of attachments, personal guarantees, HVAC service, addendum's, option to extend, rent increases, etc. All of the forms are included, plus a bunch I haven't used yet. You have to prepay for the forms, but the cost is not significant, one of my lease packages will cost me about $15. (or 30 credits). Looked at a lot of options - this one is the best one for me. I believe they have different forms for each state. Hope this helps.

Jul 19, 2010
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David D.
Broker/Agent
Neptune, NJ

Look on RentLaw.com - they have quite a few free landlord tenant forms. Also a Tenant Credit service rentlaw.mysmartmove.com. Seems to a lot of info

Jul 21, 2010
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