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What is a Valid Offer to Purchase

As we all know an offer to purchase is that standard document that many estate agents have and and use to conclude a sale of immovable property.

That said, this document called offer to purchase is not always a legally binding document and usually estate agents, property investors and home owners start asking the right questions only when something goes wrong.

To better understand this, it is essential to know that an offer to purchase on an immovable property is only binding when it is clear in all points and the parties have reached an agreement.

This means that all issues that must be agreed upon, must be written and concluded. To clarify this lets see what is not a contract or purchase or offer to purchase.

  1. If parties have not reached an agreement on all aspects of the transaction, then the contract for transaction has not been concluded.
  2. Preliminary discussions and suggestions are not and do not constitute a contract or offer to purchase.
  3. If the parties have agreed on some things in the process of negotiations but did not agree on others and left them open for discussion then the contract or offer to purchase is not binding and will only be binding when the other stuff left open is agreed upon.

There is, of course, much more to this, but in property investing lets look at the last point which sometimes gets more confusing than the other two.

Point number 3 also means that if something is not agreed upon the contract is not binding. Does this ring a bell? Empty blank lines left in offers to purchase?

Examples of these situations in real estate are plenty. When the purchaser does not know, in what entity to buy the property, no decision on the attorney that will do the transfer, or maybe not even a decision on financing (if the purchaser should finance 100% or maybe less), can’t decide on occupation date, etc.

What makes an Offer to Purchase binding and good to go:

  1. The parties of course must reach an agreement on the stuff they need to agree to, in other words reach consensus on all aspects of the contract.
  2. The parties (seller, purchaser and estate agent if one is involved) must be legally entitled to enter in the contract.
  3. The contracts must be lawful.
  4. The parties must be able to carry out the performance under the agreement at the time of its conclusion.
  5. The formalities that are prescribed must be adhered to.

The above is the minimum requirement to conclude a valid or binding Offer to Purchase for immovable property. That is the absolute basics.

On top of the basics, then the negotiations must be carried out without infringing laws and while parties have the ability to perform requirements at time of conclusion of such offer to purchase.

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When I started the Calculating Residential Deals course I started with a mind set that the only good investment is one that has capital growth. The course has clearly shown me how over many years how a property is really an investment and can make me and my children money if I keep it for long term. Needless to say I am now restructuring my strategies completely. John Deutsch - DBN.





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The calculating residential investment deals were really informative & easy to follow at a time that suites me. Being online meant one could always refer back if you missed anything or need for it to be explained again.  Very good in order to avoid burning you fingers when considering a new deal and making the right financial decisions. Steyn du Plessis - London




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I have been on PIN for a while now, and I feel my learning has been put on steroids. Since I joined PIN some 10 months ago my entire perspective about property investing and real estate in general has completely changed. This course in particular has hit home again, one of the main things I have learnt that there is a massive difference between speculating on real estate and investing and the entire system calculations and considerations have to be significantly different when employing these different strategies. I can also say that this is just the beginning for me and the more I learn the more I see my passion for property grow.  Brent Schwalm -  JHB





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Before I took the Calculating Residential Deals course, I was pretty active in the search and buying residential property. I was spending at least 10 hours a week just on this activity. After the course, I was stunned at the time I was wasting to find just one property. It has helped me focus my searches to areas and properties and suit me and qualify and disqualify a potential property by the numbers in just a few minutes. Alex J. - Cape Town





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I would like to thank you for the Calculating Residential Investment Deals, I have also done the Letting Workshop and now that I think of it, I should have done the Calculating Residential Investment Deals first. For me it was a huge eye opener in residential buy to let. I have attended other seminars and what I found is that this course was the only one that was very helpful and full of actionable information to make the right decision when buying a residential property for investment. Michaela Nubert - JHB




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Anyone who seeks to venture into the world of property investing should definitely not miss the opportunity to register for the ‘Calculating Residential Investment Course ‘ . Wow what a learning curve for me . I thoroughly enjoyed  the examples used – which were so practical -and the various scenarios presented in every example and how that impacted on a particular investment . To go along with that the inside info provided was great . It certainly opened my eyes wide open and also the confidence as to what I need to know , ask and look for in a particular investment deal . Thanx for a great course . Demitri Giannais - JHB





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