The Connecticut purchase agreement details the execution of a residential real estate transaction. Both parties, the buyer and seller, must come to an accord on the terms & conditions of the sale and subsequently transcribe the data within the form to secure a valid record of the exchange. This data will include the property’s description, purchase price, method of financing, and other critical aspects of the sale. The seller is obligated to provide any necessary disclosures imposed by the state in order to procure an effective contract. (The Connecticut Realtor’s Association offers a Guide for Property Owners Selling Their Homes that contains valuable information for those who are interested.)
Residential Property Condition Disclosure Report (§ 20-327b) – This state form, which simply registers specific information regarding the property being sold, must be fulfilled and delivered to the individual interested in purchasing the property.
Lead-Based Paint Disclosure (42 U.S. Code § 4852d) – Required in all states within the U.S., this federally-imposed disclosure stipulates that the seller of a residential property that was manufactured prior to 1978 must supply the buyer with all information regarding any lead paint hazards that may be found on the premises along with an informative booklet approved by the EPA.
Eastern Connecticut Association of Realtors – Adobe PDF