SPD19-6-17. SELLER’S PROPERTY DISCLOSURE (RESIDENTIAL) Page 8 of 8
Seller and Buyer understand that the real estate brokers do not warrant or guarantee the above information on the Property. Property
inspection services may be purchased and are advisable. This Disclosure is not intended as a substitute for an inspection of the
ADVISORY TO SELLER:
Seller acknowledges that Broker will disclose to any prospective buyer all adverse material facts actually known by Broker, including but
not limited to adverse material facts pertaining to the physical condition of the Property, any material defects in the Property, and any
environmental hazards affecting the Property. These types of disclosures may include such matters as structural defects, soil conditions,
violations of health, zoning or building laws, and nonconforming uses and zoning variances.
The information contained in this Disclosure has been furnished by Seller, who certifies it was answered truthfully, based on Seller’s
CURRENT ACTUAL KNOWLEDGE.
ADVISORY TO BUYER:
1. Even though Seller has answered the above questions to Seller’s current actual knowledge, Buyer should thoroughly inspect the
Property and obtain expert assistance to accurately and fully evaluate the Property to confirm the status of the following matters:
a. the physical condition of the Property;
b. the presence of mold or other biological hazards;
c. the presence of rodents, insects and vermin including termites;
d. the legal use of the Property and legal access to the Property;
e. the availability and source of water, sewer, and utilities;
f. the environmental and geological condition of the Property;
g. the presence of noxious weeds; and
h. any other matters that may affect Buyer’s use and ownership of the Property that are important to Buyer as Buyer decides
whether to purchase the Property.
2. Seller states that the information is correct to “Seller’s current actual knowledge” as of the date of this form. The term “current
actual knowledge” is intended to limit Seller’s disclosure only to facts actually known by the Seller and does not include “constructive
knowledge” or “common knowledge” or what Seller “should have known” about the Property. The Seller has no duty to inspect the
Property when this Disclosure is filled in and signed.
3. Valuable information may be obtained from various local/state/federal agencies, and other experts may assist Buyer by
performing more specific evaluations and inspections of the Property.
4. Boundaries, location and ownership of fences, driveways, hedges, and similar features of the Property may become the subjects
of a dispute between a property owner and a neighbor. A survey may be used to determine the likelihood of such problems.
5. Whether any item is included or excluded is determined by the contract between Buyer and Seller and not this Seller’s Property
6. Seller does not warrant that the Property is fit for Buyer’s intended purposes or use of the Property. Disclosure of the condition
of an item is not to be construed as a warranty of its continued operability or as a representation or warranty that such item is fit for
Buyer’s intended purposes.
7. Buyer receipts for a copy of this Disclosure.
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