Sellers are required by law to disclose all material facts about the property they are selling. I have provided a link to a sample of the Realtor’s property disclosure form. The form is filled out by the seller(s) and acknowledged by the buyer(s) no more than 5 days following date of contract. In addition to this form there are several other areas of required disclosure; Lead Based Paint disclosure along with the EPA pamphlet, documentation for HOA or CC&Rs, 5-year insurance history called Comprehensive Loss Underwriting Exchange (or CLUE report).
A heads-up if you are selling your home on your own, these disclosures are required by law, they are not elements of REALTORS® or MLS, and it is mandatory that you provide the buyer with this information.
View/Print/Save: Seller’s Property Disclosure Statement
Depending on circumstances the following may also be required.
- Military airport disclosure
- Location in an unincorporated county region
- Swimming pool barrier disclosure
- Condo disclosure
- Notice of soil remediation
- Condo disclosure information
More Resources for Home Sellers
- Not Your Daddy’s Home Selling Tips
- Order a Market Analysis Online
- What Can I Do for You?
- Where to Start?
- Sellers Frequently Asked Questions
- Showing Checklist
- The Sale Process
- Who Pays for What?
- My Guarantee as Your Agent
Bill Salvatore Realtor / Veteran Arizona Elite Properties 602-999-0952 eMail: firstname.lastname@example.org