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#457695 - 05/07/17 03:01 AM For Sale By Owner
rjlocal22 Offline
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Registered: 01/22/17
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Loc: Pennsylvania
On an agreement of sale, what should be included and does the buyer or seller prepare it? Does the seller have to prepare a
"Sellers Disclosure Document"?
I have had a difficult time and expense trying to purchase a Hud property and a REO property.
So I decided to stay away from foreclosure's and look at FSBO or properties listed by brokers who represent the public.

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#457696 - 05/07/17 04:20 AM Re: For Sale By Owner [Re: rjlocal22]
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The first step in a Real Estate Transaction is for the Buyer to make an Offer, so I'd imagine that s/he has to be the one to prepare it (who else would know what the Offer amount will be ?).

In some jurisdictions, it's still a 2 step process with a Buyer making an Offer on what is called a "Binder"; but it's not actually binding unless the Seller also signs the Binder . . . . thereby agreeing not to sell to someone else before a comprehensive and detailed Purchase and Sales Agreement (Contract) can be drafted by the two of them.

Without a Broker being involved, you can hire a Conveyance Attorney to prepare these documents from scratch. Stationery stores used to offer blank forms that could be used for these purposes; and maybe Legal Zoom offers something similar.
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#457699 - 05/07/17 07:16 AM Re: For Sale By Owner [Re: rjlocal22]
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Thanks.
Hiring an attorney would be the safest move.

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#457702 - 05/07/17 07:29 AM Re: For Sale By Owner [Re: rjlocal22]
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I agree on the attorney. Better safe than sorry.
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#458330 - 07/01/17 08:30 AM Re: For Sale By Owner [Re: rjlocal22]
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Absolutely get a Seller's disclosure. Go to your local board of realtors. They sell the paperwork mandated by the state you are in. Make sure to get copies. If the seller doesn't offer you these disclosure, give them these docs and have them fill it out.

But in total agreement with the above. Get an attorney to look things over. Better that than going to court at a later date. Imagine if you find some tax lien on the property, ugh.
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#458336 - 07/02/17 02:33 PM Re: For Sale By Owner [Re: rjlocal22]
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I haven't checked, but, I'd think if it's 'mandatory' by law, there'd be something in your state's code section so you might want to look online or hop down to the library. Usually local realtor boards only cater to the realtors because they are members. Why do alot of people think real estate agents should be doing them 'favors' if you're not hiring them? Does an attorney give you a skeletal draft of a divorce pleadings for free? Does a doctor give anyone who asks free results of blood tests, etc.? If so, please tell me which state/county and I'll move there in a heartbeat.

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