- 8th December 2019
What happens if you don’t?
NORMAL (NON-PROBATE) HOME SALES
You should not be surprised to know that California has extensive disclosure requirements for residential sales. The California Association of REALTORS® (C.A.R.) provides many Statewide Buyer and Seller Advisoryand the most inclusive, the Seller Property Questionnaire and the Transfer Disclosure Statement. These disclosures (anything from plumbing problems, to earthquake hazards and Megan’s Law considerations) protect homebuyersfrom conditions of the property that may be known, but not disclosed by a seller and keep neighborhoods safe in many cases. The disclosures are available in a series of bookletsthat both buyers and sellers can use to understand what should be disclosed as they approach a real estate transaction...