The Georgia purchase agreement is the go-to document when buying or selling a residential property. It is used to submit offers and record data that is specific to the transaction taking place. Some of the sale’s elements that should be listed within the form include the purchase price, buyer/seller stipulations, and financing particulars. If both parties agree to the terms & conditions laid out within the form, they must then sign the agreement in order to create a legally binding contract.
Lead-Based Paint Disclosure (42 U.S. Code § 4852d) – Housing built before the year 1978 requires the seller to present the buyer with documentation concerning the potential hazards related to lead paint.
Seller’s Property Disclosure Statement – No law states that the seller of a residence has to supply the buyer with a disclosure form listing material facts associated with the property. That being said, it is still highly recommended that this document be executed in order to avoid any type of future dispute.
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