Real Estate

Disclosures

It is important to disclose any and all known information about a property in a real estate transaction. It protects the buyer by informing them of all known facts that may or may not affect the property materially, AND it helps to protect the seller from liability.

There are several real estate forms regarding property disclosures that the seller will complete during escrow, informing the buyer of all they know. The buyer will have plenty of time to review all the disclosures and facts, and can then decide if they still want to proceed with the transaction.

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