4.2. Seller Concession. At Closing, Seller will credit to Buyer $______________ (Seller Concession). The Seller Concession may be used for any Buyer fee, cost, charge or expenditure to the extent the amount is allowed by the Buyer’s lender and is included in the Closing Statement or Closing Disclosure at Closing. Examples of allowable items to be paid for by the Seller Concession include, but are not limited to: Buyer’s closing costs, loan discount points, loan origination fees, prepaid items and any other fee, cost, charge, expense or expenditure. Seller Concession is in addition to any sum Seller has agreed to pay or credit Buyer elsewhere in this Contract.
4.3. Earnest Money. The Earnest Money set forth in this Section, in the form of a ______________________, will be payable to and held by ______________________ (Earnest Money Holder), in its trust account, on behalf of both Seller and Buyer. The Earnest Money deposit must be tendered, by Buyer, with this Contract unless the parties mutually agree to an Alternative Earnest Money
Deadline for its payment. The parties authorize delivery of the Earnest Money deposit to the company conducting the Closing (Closing Company), if any, at or before Closing. In the event Earnest Money Holder has agreed to have interest on Earnest Money deposits transferred to a fund established for the purpose of providing affordable housing to Colorado residents, Seller and Buyer acknowledge and agree that any interest accruing on the Earnest Money deposited with the Earnest Money Holder in this transaction will be transferred to such fund.
4.3.1. Alternative Earnest Money
Deadline. The deadline for delivering the Earnest Money, if other than at the time of tender of this Contract, is as set forth as the Alternative Earnest Money
4.3.2. Disposition of Earnest Money. If Buyer has a Right to Terminate and timely terminates, Buyer is entitled to the return of Earnest Money as provided in this Contract. If this Contract is terminated as set forth in § 24 and, except as provided in § 23 (Earnest Money Dispute), if the Earnest Money has not already been returned following receipt of a Notice to Terminate, Seller agrees to execute and return to Buyer or Broker working with Buyer, written mutual instructions (e.g., Earnest Money Release form), within three days of Seller’s receipt of such form. If Seller is entitled to the Earnest Money, and, except as provided in § 23 (Earnest Money Dispute), if the Earnest Money has not already been paid to Seller, following receipt of an Earnest Money Release form, Buyer agrees to execute and return to Seller or Broker working with Seller, written mutual instructions (e.g., Earnest Money Release form), within three days of Buyer’s receipt.
126.96.36.199. Seller Failure to Timely Return Earnest Money. If Seller fails to timely execute and return the Earnest Money Release Form, or other written mutual instructions, Seller is in default and liable to Buyer as set forth in “If Seller is in Default”, § 20.2. and § 21, unless Seller is entitled to the Earnest Money due to a Buyer default.
188.8.131.52. Buyer Failure to Timely Release Earnest Money. If Buyer fails to timely execute and return the Earnest Money Release Form, or other written mutual instructions, Buyer is in default and liable to Seller as set forth in “If Buyer is in Default, § 20.1. and § 21, unless Buyer is entitled to the Earnest Money due to a Seller Default.
4.4. Form of Funds; Time of Payment; Available Funds.
4.4.1. Good Funds. All amounts payable by the parties at Closing, including any loan proceeds, Cash at Closing and closing costs, must be in funds that comply with all applicable Colorado laws, including electronic transfer funds, certified check, savings and loan teller’s check and cashier’s check (Good Funds).
4.4.2. Time of Payment. All funds, including the Purchase Price to be paid by Buyer, must be paid before or at Closing or as otherwise agreed in writing between the parties to allow disbursement by Closing Company at Closing OR SUCH NONPAYING PARTY WILL BE IN DEFAULT.
4.4.3. Available Funds. Buyer represents that Buyer, as of the date of this Contract, Does Does Not have funds that are immediately verifiable and available in an amount not less than the amount stated as Cash at Closing in § 4.1.
4.5. New Loan.
4.5.1. Buyer to Pay Loan Costs. Buyer, except as otherwise permitted in § 4.2. (Seller Concession), if applicable, must timely pay Buyer’s loan costs, loan discount points, prepaid items and loan origination fees as required by lender.
4.5.2. Buyer May Select Financing. Buyer may pay in cash or select financing appropriate and acceptable to Buyer, including a different loan than initially sought, except as restricted in § 4.5.3. (Loan Limitations) or § 29 (Additional Provisions).
4.5.3. Loan Limitations. Buyer may purchase the Property using any of the following types of loans: Conventional FHA VA Bond Other _______________. If either or both of the FHA or VA boxes are checked, and Buyer closes the transaction using one of those loan types, Seller agrees to pay those closing costs and fees that Buyer is not allowed by law to pay not to exceed $____________________ .
4.5.4. Loan Estimate – Monthly Payment and Loan Costs. Buyer is advised to review the terms, conditions and costs of Buyer’s New Loan carefully. If Buyer is applying for a residential loan, the lender generally must provide Buyer with a Loan Estimate within three days after Buyer completes a loan application. Buyer also should obtain an estimate of the amount of Buyer’s monthly mortgage payment.
4.6. Assumption. Buyer agrees to assume and pay an existing loan in the approximate amount of the Assumption Balance set forth in § 4.1. (Price and Terms), presently payable at $______________ per ________________ including principal and interest presently at the rate of ________% per annum and also including escrow for the following as indicated: Real Estate Taxes Property Insurance Premium Mortgage Insurance Premium and ____________________ .
Buyer agrees to pay a loan transfer fee not to exceed $_____________. At the time of assumption, the new interest rate will not exceed ________% per annum and the new payment will not exceed $_____________ per ________________ principal and interest, plus escrow, if any. If the actual principal balance of the existing loan at Closing is less than the Assumption Balance, which causes the amount of cash required from Buyer at Closing to be increased by more than $_____________, or if any other terms or provisions of the loan change, Buyer has the Right to Terminate under § 24.1. on or before Closing Date.
Seller Will Will Not be released from liability on said loan. If applicable, compliance with the requirements for release from liability will be evidenced by delivery on or before Loan Transfer Approval Deadline at Closing of an appropriate letter of commitment from lender. Any cost payable for release of liability will be paid by in an amount not to exceed $_____________.
4.7. Seller or Private Financing.
WARNING: Unless the transaction is exempt, federal and state laws impose licensing, other requirements and restrictions on sellers and private financiers. Contract provisions on financing and financing documents, unless exempt, should be prepared by a licensed Colorado attorney or licensed mortgage loan originator. Brokers should not prepare or advise the parties on the specifics of financing, including whether or not a party is exempt from the law.
4.7.1. Seller Financing. If Buyer is to pay all or any portion of the Purchase Price with Seller financing, Buyer Seller will deliver the proposed Seller financing documents to the other party on or before _________ days before Seller or Private Financing Deadline.
184.108.40.206. Seller May Terminate. If Seller is to provide Seller financing, this Contract is conditional upon Seller determining whether such financing is satisfactory to the Seller, including its payments, interest rate, terms, conditions, cost, and compliance with the law. Seller has the Right to Terminate under § 24.1., on or before Seller or Private Financing Deadline, if such Seller financing is not satisfactory to Seller, in Seller’s sole subjective discretion.
4.7.2. Buyer May Terminate. If Buyer is to pay all or any portion of the Purchase Price with Seller or private financing, this Contract is conditional upon Buyer determining whether such financing is satisfactory to Buyer, including its availability, payments, interest rate, terms, conditions, and cost. Buyer has the Right to Terminate under § 24.1, on or before Seller or Private Financing Deadline, if such Seller or private financing is not satisfactory to Buyer, in Buyer’s sole subjective discretion.