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What is a Turn-Key Contract?

Turn-key contracts are a sale and purchase contract where purchasers settle on a new house when it is fully completed and ready to move in.  Typically a deposit is paid (usually 10%) to confirm the contract.  The remaining is paid upon settlement.

For more information on progress-payment contracts versus turn-key contracts, see our article here.

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