Disclose, Disclose, Disclose
AZ seller disclosures can be a bit daunting if you don’t know what you are doing. As a homeowner looking to sell your property, you should always disclose everything you know about your home and the area. Many sellers are afraid to disclose something about their home for fear of deterring a buyer. There is huge liabilities in withholding information from a potential buyer when selling your home. When you sell your home with us we will guide you through this process of AZ seller disclosures. It can be a bit frightening to not know what you must disclose and what you don’t have to disclose. Rest assured, we will give you AZ Seller Disclosures Statement to fill out as well as information about Lead-Based Paint, Wells, and other neighborhood information you must disclose.
As a homebuyer, it is your responsibility to do your buyer’s Due Diligence. This means you need to do any and all inspections to uncover any defects that the seller has not disclosed. It is also an opportunity to explore further any defects in the home that the seller disclosed through the Seller Property Disclosure Statement. This is a document that the seller fills out and provides to the buyer with information the seller is aware of about the property a home buyer is purchasing. Why are the SPDS important?
Resources for Buyers & Sellers
CLUE Report – A report of the last 5 years of insurance claims on a property.
Lead-Based Paint Disclosure – This page will give you all the information you need regarding Lead-Based Paint and buying a home in Arizona.
What happens if a seller in Arizona doesn’t disclose? See more information here.
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