Seller’s are required to deliver possession of the property to the buyer in the same condition it was in whan the contract was executed. Buyers should do a final walk-through to verify they are comfortable with the state of the property.
This disclosure is required to be provided if a license holder receives any form of compensation from a residential service company. Compensation can not be contingent upon a party to the transaction purchasing from the residential service company.
Advisory about the importance of property insurance and information about items that may impact the availability or price of that insurance.
A required advisory that is used when a property exists within or closely promiate to a FEMA designated flood zone. Also provides information about obtaining flood insurance.
TEXAS ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS form for real estate agents and brokers to encourage buyers to hire an inspector. Usually accompanied by a list of providers that agent doesn’t warrant.
This disclosure form is required by sellers of previously occupied single family residences. It contains information required to be disclosed by the Texas Property Code regarding material facts and the physical condition of the property. Complete your Seller’s Disclosure Notice with Offer To Close.
This is the most frequently used contract form. It is used for the resale of residential properties that are either a single family home, a duplex, a tri-plex or a four-plex. It is not for use for condominium transactions, new homes being sold by a builder, or farm and ranch properties.
This Addendum is used when any type of financing for all or part of the purchase price will be provided by a third-party (not the Seller or Buyer).