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Purchase Agreements

Product Overview

This simple real estate purchase agreement is pro-seller in orientation.  It documents the sale of a property occupied by a single retail tenant from the owner of the property to an investor purchaser. 

The purchase price is to be paid in all cash at the closing.  The property is sold on an as-is basis.  A Tenant Estoppel Certificate and an Assignment of Lease are included as exhibits to the agreement.

Number of Single Spaced Pages: 10


Key Features


Investment property occupied by a single retail tenant

Physical Condition of Property As-Is, Where-Is, subject to the buyer's right of inspection of property
Purchase Price

All cash at closing

Lease of the Single Retail Tenant

To be assigned by Seller to Buyer at the Closing pursuant to the Assignment of Lease (included as an exhibit)

Closing Costs

To be allocated between Seller and Buyer as provided in the Agreement

Estoppel Certificate of Single Tenant Included (as an exhibit to the purchase agreement)

Number of Single Spaced Pages



Quick Look


THIS PURCHASE AGREEMENT (the “Agreement”) is dated as of _______________ (the “Effective Date”) by and between COMMERCIAL PROPERTY SELLER, a __________ corporation, (the “Seller”), and COMMERCIAL PROPERTY BUYER, LLC, a __________ limited liability company (the “Buyer”).


Seller hereby agrees to sell to Buyer and Buyer agrees to purchase from Seller the following described real estate as set forth on Exhibit “A” to this Agreement (“Real Estate”), in fee simple, together with all improvements thereon, and fixtures of Seller, which real estate is commonly known as _________________________, and is subject to a lease dated ______________ (“Lease”) to TRIPLE NET RETAIL TENANT, a ____________ corporation (“Tenant”).

Subject, however, to all covenants, conditions, restrictions, easements, party wall agreements and community contracts of record, if any, including governmental restrictions and zoning laws.

1. The purchase price (“Purchase Price”) is ____________________Dollars ($________). Buyer agrees to pay as follows: ___________ Dollars ($______) (the “Initial Deposit”) at the signing of this Agreement. Buyer further agrees to pay an additional ______________ Dollars ($_______) (together with the Initial Deposit shall be the “Deposit”) at the expiration of the inspection period. The Deposit shall become non-refundable and transferred to Seller at closing. The Deposit shall be deposited with the office of _____________ Title, located at ______________, Attention _________, (the “Title Company”) as part of the consideration of the sale, with the balance of the Purchase Price to be paid in cash on delivery of a warranty deed, in the form attached as Exhibit “B” (“Deed”).

2. The offer to sell and Buyer’s obligation to purchase the Real Estate, is conditioned upon Buyer’s inspection of the Real Estate and review or waiver of the items below within Ten (10) business days of the effective date or date of receipt, whichever is later:

a. Preliminary title report and all recorded documentation outlined therein.

b. The Lease including amendments.

c. Existing Environmental Reports, if any, in Seller’s possession.

d. Copies of last six (6) months rent payments (Checks or EFT Confirmation)

e. Existing As built survey, if any, in Seller’s possession.

3. Prior to closing Seller shall provide Buyer with the following:

a. Current dated estoppel letter from Tenant, in the form attached as Exhibit “C”

4. Prior to closing Seller shall provide to the Title Company the following:

a. Counterpart original of an Assignment of the lease to Buyer in the form attached as Exhibit “D” (“Assignment of Lease”).

b. Originally executed Deed

5. Brokers shall order a commitment for title insurance covering the Real Estate with instructions that such commitment be delivered to Buyer or Buyer’s authorized agent and to Seller or Seller’s authorized agent. Upon delivery of such commitment, and approval by Buyer, Seller shall forthwith deliver to the Title Company, for its approval and recording, the Deed from Seller to Buyer, free and clear of all liens and encumbrances whatsoever, except as herein provided. Buyer shall then and there pay to the Title Company, for the account of Seller, the balance of the Purchase Price.

6. Escrow fees, if any, shall be equally divided between Seller and Buyer. Seller shall be charged with expenses for the release of any mortgages of record, transfer and sales taxes, title insurance charges, but excluding endorsement premiums or any charges for extended coverage endorsements and Seller’s attorney’s fees. Buyer shall be charged with expenses for recording deed(s) of conveyance, fees for the filing of any deed or mortgages, and Buyer’s attorney’s fees. All other costs shall be charged according to the custom of the area.

7. When the Title Company shall be ready to deliver its proforma title insurance policy to Buyer, this Agreement shall be deemed to be consummated and Seller shall at such time be entitled to receive all monies held by the Title Company for delivery to Seller. Buyer shall at such time be entitled to receive the Title Company’s insurance policy. In the event the Title Company shall decline to issue its title insurance policy, this Agreement shall be null and void and the Deposit shall be returned to Buyer.

8. All risk of loss or damage to the Property prior to Closing, including, without limitation, loss by reason of eminent domain or condemnation proceedings or by reason of fire, windstorm, or other casualty, shall rest with Seller. If, prior to the Closing, the Property is subject to eminent domain or condemnation proceedings or is damaged as a result of fire or other casualty, Seller shall give Buyer written notice thereof and Buyer shall have the option, exercisable by written notice to Seller within ten (10) days after the date of Seller’s notice, to either:

(a) Accept Title. Accept title to the Property without any reduction of the Purchase Price, in which event, at the Closing and subject to the rights of Tenant, Seller shall assign to Buyer any eminent domain or condemnation award or insurance proceeds payable to Seller or its successors or assigns by reason of such eminent domain or condemnation proceeding or damage or casualty, and pay over to Buyer any monies theretofore received by Seller in connection with such eminent domain or condemnation proceeding or fire or other casualty; or

(b) Terminate. Terminate this Agreement, in which event neither Seller nor Buyer shall have any further obligations under this Agreement and the Buyer shall receive the prompt return of the Deposit.

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