Sellers’ Disclosures for Selling Homes

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Sellers’ Disclosures for Selling Homes

People who sell their homes “by owner” cannot rely on real estate agents to know all the municipal, county, state and federal laws about sellers’ disclosure statements. But sellers who work with agents, at the time of listing the house, find that their agents generally require signatures on several disclosure forms, which vary by city and state.

The disclosures required for listing is based on what’s required at closing. If you are not using a real estate agent to handle your transaction, and especially if you are selling “as is,” look carefully at the following list. Items on this list may vary because they are dependent on your location and on the type of property, commercial or residential property:

The following items are examples of issues that must be noted on disclosure statements and given to prospective buyers:

a. Sewer or septic problems;

b. Furnace, air conditioning or ventilation system problems;

c.  Termites and termite damage;

d.  Foundation movement, cracks and previous repairs;

e.  Stove, refrigerator, dishwasher and built-in microwave problems;

f.  Earthquake and flood zone dangers;

g.  Roof leaks;

h.  Old lead-based paint exposure;

i.  Radon and asbestos presence; and

j. Zoning infractions.

Avoid Disclosure Statements – Sell to We Pay Fast

If any of the issues listed above are of concern to you, and you want to avoid having to provide disclosure statements, consider calling 1-800-WePayFast (1-800-937-2932). The professional investors at We Pay Fast pay cash and close fast. They also have years of experience buying and selling properties as is.

By calling the professional team at We Pay Fast, emailing, or completing the brief contact form online, you will can expect to hear back from a We Pay Fast team member within 24 hours. Then you’ll be able to discuss your property for sale, including your price and your preferred timeline for closing, as well as your need to waive disclosure on any of the situations listed above.

Call 1-800-WePayFast (1-800-937-2932) and speak to a We Pay Fast investor to avoid typical disclosures for selling property.