What Is An Option Contract?

An option contract is a contract that gives the right to one party to enter into a second contract with the other party at a later date.

The most common option contract deals with the sale of real estate, when the prospective buyer will be granted an option to purchase the property within a specified period of time.

If the option period expires, then neither party has any obligation to the other, but the money paid for the option is not returned.

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Blado Kiger Bolan, Tacoma, Wash.

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