California Universal Residential Purchase Agreement

A contract for the purchase and sale of residential properties in California is a contract between a natural/legal person who sells real estate and the natural/legal person who wishes to purchase that property. The parties, buyers and sellers, agree on the terms of this Agreement in order to reach a mutually beneficial agreement. A price is set by the seller (and possibly negotiated by the buyer) and a closing date for the sale is implemented. A purchase and sale contract also contains agreements and provisions covering everything from financing options and serious money to the condition of real estate and inspections. It is the seller`s legal duty to include a disclosure informing the buyer of any questions regarding the condition of the property. Title Insurance Advisory Notice (§1057.6) – If the buyer does not keep a title insurance policy during a fiduciary transaction for the purchase of a residential property, he must receive a notice with the following paragraph: If a buyer does not receive the information listed below, he may have 3 days to terminate his contract (or 5 days from the date of shipment), by sending a notice to the seller or the seller`s representative (CC § 1102.3). Real Estate Tax Disclosure (CC § 1102.6c) – A lease agreement must contain 12 points in writing in 14 points: Megan`s Law (§ 2079.10a (a) (3)) – All contracts for the sale of residential real estate in the State of California must include the “Megan`s Law” clause with respect to sexual predators. Transfer Disclosure Statement (TDS) (CC § 1102) – Specific form required by the seller of a residential property. The California sales contract is the official legal form used when a person wishes to sell their property to another party. The seller (or its representative) makes available to the buyer a copy of the document containing all the essential provisions, disclosures and general information necessary for a binding contract.

As a rule, a serious deposit of money is made in the name of the buyer as a sign of good faith before the actual conclusion. All financing related to the exchange should be defined in the form in order to avoid any form of dispute over payment. Methamphetamine (§25400.28) – If a person wishes to sell a residential property contaminated with the hazardous chemicals used to produce methamphetamine, they must first send a pending notice to the potential buyer pending confirmation that the property is considered safe. (The buyer must confirm in writing that it has received the notification.) Community Facilities District (CFD) (§ 1102.6b(b)) – If the property sold is located in a district classified as Mello-Roos, the seller is required to provide the buyer with a notice of disclosure of any particular tax information relating to the area. Local Option Real Estate Transfer Disclosure Statement (CC § 1102.6a) – Complete only if required by the local jurisdiction. “IMPORTANT: IN CASE OF PURCHASE OR EXCHANGE OF REAL ESTATE, IT MAY BE ADVISABLE TO TAKE OUT TITLE INSURANCE RELATED TO THE SUBSCRIPTION OF THE TREUHANDSERVICE, AS THERE MAY BE COLLATERAL RIGHTS AND CHARGES PREVIOUSLY RECORDED THAT HARM THEIR INTEREST IN THE PROPERTY ACQUIRED. . . .