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The Hawaii Association of Realtors (HAR) recently published a different version of the standard sort of contract for purchasing and sale of home in the State of Hawaii. No question, the most apparent change to the normal form is its new title – “Purchase Contract” – which replaced the design known as “Deposit Receipt Offer and Acceptance” or “DROA.” This article is intended to assist real estate brokers ans salespersons, lawyers, and Buyers and Sellers to improve understand the Hawaii DROA or Hawaii Purchase Contract.


The Purchase Contract is organized broadly into an introductory section as well as four major sections. The latter are designated as Section A, Section B, Section C, and Section D. Section C offers the terms with the Offer which is the “meat” of the application. Section C begins onpage two on the For and it is seventy-nine paragraphs continue almost for the end products has now turn into twelve-page single-spaced document.

Looking briefly with the major sections:

Section A contains “Agency Disclosures,” which each Brokerage Firm is needed to make on the Parties in the event that Firm is an agent or another representative of a Party from the transaction.
Section B functions as a receipt from the Buyer’s initial deposit and is particularly usually signed through the Buyer’s agent. Section B also addresses regardless of if the Buyer or Escrow will earn interest within the Buyer’s deposit if your deposit is positioned into interest in it bearing account.
Section C, as previously noted, could be the major part on the Purchase Contract. It constitutes the Offer to purchase the Property and is the Offer’s conditions, numbered C-1 through C-79. Section C also may include a list of additional documents (called “addendum” if a person document and “addenda” if a couple of). Those documents could possibly be physically attached or incorporated by reference. They are intended, in any event, to get part with the Purchase Contract.
Section D could be the portion from the Purchase Contract in which the Seller will either accept the Buyer’s Offer of come up with a Counter Offer with it (thereby rejecting the Buyer’s original Offer). If the Seller wishes to produce a Counter Offer, the Seller would usually achieve this by attaching HAR’s standard type of “Counter Offer.” Section D also confirms the Seller’s agreement to cover the decided commission to your Brokerage Firm using the listing to promote the Property.

Finally, but not legally part with the Purchase Contract, the HAR standard form “Cooperating Brokerage Firm’s Separate Agreement” is often attached on the Purchase Contract. This agreement is between your Brokerage Firm to display the Seller and also the Brokerage Firm (if different) to show off the Buyer. It provides for that sharing from the listing commission to pay the Brokerage Firm providing services towards the Buyer. Typically, yet not necessarily, the commission is split equally between two Brokerage Firms.