Purchase Agreement Style 62

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Purchase Agreement Style 62

Everything looks good, so they decide to sign the purchase agreement. The agreement spells out that they'll move in August 1 and how to pay for the home, with a contingency clause explaining that Tim and Jill need to sell their old home first and move the funds into an escrow account. Editor's Note: This article is the nineteenth piece in a series taken from BizBuySell.com's Guide to Selling Your Small Business. The guide is a comprehensive manual to help small business owners maximize their success when the day to sell arrives. Each Wednesday, Inc.com will publish a new section of the guide outlining BizBuySell.com's best practices, from the initial planning stages of a sale all the way through negotiations and post-sale transition. Editor's Note: This article is the nineteenth piece in a series taken from BizBuySell.com's Guide to Selling Your Small Business. The guide is a comprehensive manual to help small business owners maximize their success when the day to sell arrives.

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