When you are listing your home for sale, your Real Estate Agent will present you with a Property Disclosure form that asks if you are aware of any existing or prior problems with your home.

Sometimes sellers decide not to disclose a prior problem because they may feel that since it is no longer an issue no one needs to know. WRONG!


People talk - neighbors, contractors, friends and even family. When a buyer "discovers" an issue on their own it can quickly derail your sale.


When sellers disclose an issue to me prior to listing their home, I am able to address the issue up front;

  • If the issue can be corrected then I typically suggest you get it fixed prior to listing your home.
  • If on the other hand the issue is one that you cannot afford to take care of, and/or the issue is one that is better corrected once the home is empty, we can take that into    consideration when deciding on the list price for your home.  
Most buyers Agents will incorporate your Property Disclosure Statement into the Purchase Contract.  Failure to disclose now may leave you open to significant liabiltiy down the road.

As a seller, it is in your best interest to be forthcoming when filling out the Property Disclosure Form

Please call me anytime with your Real Estate questions.
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