The sales contract often involves serious financial requirements. Earnest money is used to validate the contract; Prices vary from purchase to purchase, but as a general rule, buyers can expect to pay at least $1,000. In most cases, the serious money is paid to the eventual down payment. Some sellers may choose to add contingencies that provide for the forfeiture of serious money if the sale does not pass due to financing problems. In other situations, serious money is fully refunded to the buyer if important conditions are not met. Other aspects you need to show are your rights as a buyer to transfer the allowance to a nominaire or sell the property while it is being built. Another point to note is the registration of the sales contract, as it is mandatory for all documents relating to the transfer, sale or lease of property pursuant to Section 17 of the Indian Registration Act, 1908. The goal is to prevent fraud and establish and maintain an up-to-date public registration. Unregistered owners are not recognized as the rightful owners of the property. You must therefore register the property and relevant documents in order to avoid fraud or litigation. In some cases, however, developers do not register the buyer agreement.
Instead, they register the deed of transport or sale in possession. If the buyer decides, between signing the sales contract and closing the house, that he wants to resign for a reason that is not stipulated in the contract, he loses his serious money and the seller puts it in his pocket. However, a buyer can get his serious money back if he returns for a reason defined in the contract. If financing was a condition of the sales contract, the buyer must go to a local financial institution to request and secure financing for his home. This is commonly referred to as “mortgage” and may require up to 20% for a down payment with other financial obligations, depending on market conditions. It is also possible that the sale will depend on another real estate transaction that takes place before the transaction. For example, the buyer might say that he cannot complete the purchase until he has sold his own home.