California Residential Purchase Agreement and Guidelines

The new Residential Purchase Agreement from the California Association of Realtors went into effect on November 24, 2014.  This is a comprehensive RPA Guideline, outlining all of the important changes to the agreement.

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Guidelines written by Robert J. Sunderland

Robert J. Sunderland is the Managing Partner in the nine-attorney law firm of Sunderland | McCutchan, LLP. His practice emphasizes real estate transactions and the defense of Real Estate Licensees throughout the State of California.

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Originally Published November 14, 2014

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