the « loan amount » for Item « A », the « deposit » that buyer must pay in item « B », » the annual « interest rate » applied by seller to item « C, » the number of « months » or « years » that such financing should apply to item « D, » and the schedule date by which buyer must provide proof that it can pay in the first two empty lines of item « E »; and the last calendar date the seller can authorize this proof for the last two spaces in point « E ». For each real estate transaction, the borrower bears the maximum risk. Even experts agree that all real estate transactions carry some risk. From the buyer`s point of view, it is very important to protect your interests before signing under the polka dot line. I list the 5 most critical clauses to include in the real estate sales contract to protect the interests of the buyer.