If you are selling your home, you’ll want to know how to fill out a disclosure form for your property the right way. This can save you in the future.
Civil Litigation Attorney Kayla Banzali briefly explains how to properly fill out a property disclosure form.
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Hi, my name is Kayla Banzali. I’m a real estate attorney at Robinson & Henry, and today I wanted to take a moment to talk to you about seller’s property disclosures. In a real estate transaction, a seller is required to disclose any known blatant defects, and the Seller’s Property Disclosure Form is a form that was drafted by the Real Estate Commission and it’s very common, and should be used in real estate transactions to give a seller an opportunity to do that.
The form’s pretty lengthy. It’s eight pages where it goes through many different areas where there might be potential issues for a property. And then so the Seller’s Disclosure Form just gives the seller a very detailed opportunity for things that maybe you wouldn’t think about when you’re just casually thinking about your property.
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