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Bid for the Purchase of Real Property FormBID FOR THE PURCHASE OF REAL PROPERTY [Probate]
The undersigned hereby offers $_________for the purchase of the
property generally known as_________________________and described
__[description]________________________ on the following terms:
________________[terms for paying balance]___________
Rents, taxes, insurance expenses of operation and maintenance to be
prorated as of close of escrow; seller to furnish title policy.
Enclosed is cashier's check #________ on [location] Branch
of_______________[bank] for $____________________ representing 10% of
my offer as a deposit.
I understand this bid, if accepted, is subject to confirmation by the
(This offer is contingent on your accepting it by [date] and
obtaining the earliest possible date for the court hearing. If you
do not accept this offer on or before said date, you are instructed
to return the deposit immediately thereafter) Deposit is to be
returned in event sale is not confirmed by court.
Upon confirmation of sale, title shall be conveyed by grant deed (or
warranty deed) to [names of parties] [description of manner in which
title will be held]
(This offer is subject to a real estate commission of __% to be paid
by the estate to [name of broker], address , License # )
Receipt is acknowledged of $ as a deposit. I accept said offer
subject to confirmation by the court, and will file a return of sale
and immediately notify you of the date of hearing.
As executor (administrator)
Of Estate of Deceased
Sales of Boston condos at Ink Block's Sepia building are approaching 70 percent! Buy Your Boston Condo Before It's Too Late!
New England Development sure looks like it made a very wise call when it decided last year to add some new downtown boston condos to the mix at Boston's much-anticipated Ink Block development.
At the time, some real estate insiders had wondered whether the Boston condo market was truly ready for newly constructed luxury condos, assuming instead that building more high-end apartment was the safer way to go.
But advance sales of luxury condos in the Sepia building, within the much-anticipated Ink Block development in Boston's South End, are approaching 70 percent - and now the developer is weighing whether to add more condos to the project.
Sue Hawkes, president of The Collaborative Companies in Boston, the sales representative for Ink Block, said there's still a "strong mix" of condos available within the eight-story Sepia - studios, one-, two- and three-bedroom units.