Category: #sellers disclosure

  • SAN DIEGO LOCAL AREA DISCLOSURES RECEIPT Both parties represent that they have reviewed the San Diego Local Area Disclosures provided by the San Diego Association of Realtors, a copy of which may be found with a Google search, as shown on this link: https://www.disclosuresave.com/disclosuresave/files/2013/04/SanDiegoLocals.pdf Seller____________________________            Date_________________ Seller____________________________            Date_________________ Buyer_________________________

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  • STATEWIDE BUYER & SELLER ADVISORY RECEIPT The California Association of Realtors has created a very comprehensive form called the “Statewide Buyer and Seller Advisory” that seemingly covers most things that could go wrong with a real estate purchase and warns buyer to hire a specialist in each and every area associated with a property purchase so as to minimize the possibility of discovering problems post-closing. While most buyers will not heed the advice, the long advisory is nonetheless wor

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  • SUPPLEMENTAL DISCLOSURE QUESTIONNAIRE If any of the statements below are true, please provide an explanation on the following page and refer to the statement number. 1. Within the last 3 years, there has been a death upon the Property. 2. There has been an order from a government health official identifying the Property as being contaminated by methamphetamine. 3. The Property is located in or adjacent to an “industrial use” zone, or affected by a nuisance created b

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  • WATER HEATER STATEMENT OF COMPLIANCE

    By Home Bay

    Posted on October 4th, 2019

    Background California law requires that all new and replacement water heaters and existing residential water heaters be braced, anchored or strapped to resist falling or horizontal displacement due to earthquake motion.  The minimum standard for this security is set forth in the California Plumbing Code, which may be more restrictively amended by local or municipal code or ordinance.  Therefore, it is important to check with local city or county building and safety departments regarding the a

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