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HomeSelling Your HomeAs a seller, what do I have to disclose about the condition of my property?

10. As a seller, what do I have to disclose about the condition of my property?

The best policy is truth when it comes to disclosing the condition of your property. You must disclose all known material defects of the property. Normally, these are noted on a Seller Disclosure Form (SDF). This is a form included in the seller compliance manual and is completed by the seller and Realtor. If an item is not covered on the SDF, you must still make disclosures about known material defects. Even if a matter has been repaired, you should still disclose the previous defect and a report of the repairs completed. By disclosing all problems up front, you can avoid any surprises that many times provokes a lawsuit.

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