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Generic Real Estate Legal Forms

Did you know that many of the cheap flat fee mls companies use cheap forms?

If you hook up with a company that sells you cheap legal forms because they were $100 cheaper, you are going to pay a lot more for your attorney for the simple fact that he/she is not familiar with them. Stick to LOCAL FORMS ! It makes the whole process easier!!!

And did you know that you will pay through the nose when your deal gets to your attorney because he/she has to reinvent the wheel?  Every MLS has different forms even in the same state.  Don’t make your attorney think- use local real estate forms!!!!

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Real Estate Forms-Rochester, Buffalo, and Syracuse NY

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NYS required real estate sales forms

 

OK, the purpose of posting these real estate forms is to help you sellers sell by owner and save money!

These are the same forms that real estate agents in Rochester, NY use.  They will also be available on the List2Move.com Rochester, Buffalo, and Syracuse NY site.

****Available now to List2Move clients in your Account under Legal Forms*******

 

If you look at any of these contract forms they are all ‘fill in the blank’ because real estate agents can not practice law.  So you don’t need a degree in Rocket Science to fill one out.  List2Move clients can access the broker 24/7 for any questions regarding these forms.

Forms are broken down like this

  1. Contracts-covering the general agreement
  2. Addenda-further spelling out the agreement
  3. Disclosure-forms that are sometimes legally required

When the contract is delivered to you from a buyer it should have the purchase and sale contract with the corresponding addenda (Such as Engineers Inspection details or FHA’s ‘All Parties Agreement) and you will add to it Lead Paint Disclosure if applicable or even maybe a property condition disclosure. See what John Blyth, top real estate attorney, said about property condition disclosure.

 

1. Contracts

Contract-Purchase and Sale-Residential-This is what the buyer’s will present you.

Contract-Purchase and Sale-Manufactured Housing

Contract-Purchase and Sale-Vacant Land

Contract-Purchase and Sale-Condo/HOA

Contract-Continuation of Purchase and Sale Contract-Used when you run out of paper during counter offers etc.

 

2. Addenda to contracts- further spell out the agreements

Addendum-All Parties Agreement for FHA/VA financing

Addendum-Buyer’s Notice Conditional Removal of Contingencies

Addendum-Buyer’s Notice of Removal of Contingencies

Addendum-Lead Compliance (Seller’s-Required if built before 1978)

Addendum-Lead compliance for Leasing of Properties (Landlords)

Addendum-Mortgage Assumption (If you are going to let someone “assume” your mtg)

Addendum-Property Inspection (ex…Engineers Inspection)

Addendum-Seller Financing

Addendum-Transfer of Title Contingency (When your buyer has to sell their home to buy yours)

Addendum-Utility Surcharges

Addendum-Well and Septic Services

 

3. Disclosure

Addendum-Disclosure Notice for All Residential Property in Wayne County

Protect Your Family From Lead In Your Home Pamphlet

Bump Notice to Buyers

Cancellation and Release of Purchase and Sale Contract

Personal Property Agreement

Property Condition Disclosure for COMMERCIAL Properties

Property Condition Disclosure RESIDENTIAL properties

 

4. Other

Open House Sign In Sheet