The Alaska purchase agreement is a real estate contract for the purchase of a property between a buyer and a seller. The buyer, in most cases, will view the property and present an offer, through the purchase agreement, to the seller. Attached to the purchase agreement is usually an earnest money deposit that is to be deposited into the real estate agent’s escrow account if accepted. Upon the parties reaching a mutually agreed price and any contingencies the purchase agreement will be considered a legally binding sales contract.
Lead-Based Paint Disclosure (42 U.S. Code § 4852d) – It’s required the seller provide this form completed to any prospective buyer at the time an offer is presented on the property.
Property Disclosure (Form 08-4299) (AS 34.70.010 – 34.70.200) – Seller must provide this form before accepting an offer or agreeing to a purchase agreement.
Real Estate Agent Disclosure – Required to be signed by the buyer or seller if they have hired a real estate agent.