1. Property Disclosure Form. This form requires you to reveal all known defects to your property. Virginia Law requires all sellers of real property to disclose known
2. Sales Contract. The agreement between you and the seller on terms and conditions of sale. Again, check with your state real estate department to see if there is a required form.
3. Sales Contract Contingency Clauses. In addition to the contract, you may need to add one or more attachments to the contract to address special contingencies—such as the buyer’s need to sell a home before purchasing yours.
4. Contract Addenda. Addnedums to contract spell out other aggrements, rights and remedies between the parties or 3rd parties.
5. Pre- and Post-Occupancy Agreements. Unless you’re planning on moving out and the buyer moving in on the day of closing, you’ll need an agreement on the terms and costs of occupancy once the sale closes.
6. Lead-Based Paint Disclosure Pamphlet. If your home was built before 1978, you must provide the pamphlet to all sellers. You also must have buyers sign a statement indicating they received the pamphlet.