Buying residential real estate in Wisconsin almost always entails using an "Offer to Purchase," also known as form WB-11. In a recent article written for the March issue of the Wisconsin Lawyer magazine, entitled "Using the New, Flawed Residential Offer Form," Richard J. Staff criticized the current draft of the form which requires mandatory use by real estate licensees in Wisconsin after March 1, 2010.
Staff points out problems with the new form that relate to:
- closing prorations
- financing contingencies
- the "gap" endorsement
- conveyance of title
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