TREC No. OP-H
8-7-2017
APPROVED BY THE TEXAS REAL ESTATE COMMISSION (TREC)
SELLER'S DISCLOSURE NOTICE
CONCERNING THE PROPERTY AT
THIS NOTICE IS A DISCLOSURE OF SELLER'S KNOWLEDGE OF THE CONDITION OF THE PROPERTY AS OF THE DATE SIGNED BY
SELLER AND IS NOT A SUBSTITUTE FOR ANY INSPECTIONS OR WARRANTIES THE PURCHASER MAY WISH TO OBTAIN. IT IS NOT
A WARRANTY OF ANY KIND BY SELLER OR SELLER'S AGENTS.
Seller is is not occupying the Property. If unoccupied, how long since Seller has occupied the Property?
1. The Property has the items checked below [Write Yes (Y), No (N), or Unknown (U)]:
Range Oven Microwave
Dishwasher Trash Compactor Disposal
Washer/Dryer Hookups Window Screens Rain Gutters
Security System Fire Detection Equipment Intercom System
Smoke Detector
Smoke Detector-Hearing Impaired
Carbon Monoxide Alarm
Emergency Escape Ladder(s)
Cable TV WiringTV Antenna Satellite Dish
Ceiling Fan(s) Attic Fan(s) Exhaust Fan(s)
Central A/C Central Heating Wall/Window Air Conditioning
Plumbing System Septic System Public Sewer System
Patio/Decking
Outdoor Grill Fences
Pool
Sauna Spa Hot Tub
Pool Equipment
Pool Heater
Automatic Lawn Sprinkler System
Fireplace(s) & Chimney
(Wood burning)
Fireplace(s) & Chimney
(Mock)
Natural Gas Lines Gas Fixtures
Liquid Propane Gas LP Community (Captive) LP on Property
Attached
Garage:
Not Attached Carport
Garage Door Opener(s):
Electronic Control(s)
Water Heater:
Gas Electric
Water Supply:
City Well MUD Co-op
Roof Type: Age:
(approx.)
Are you (Seller) aware of any of the above items that are not in working condition, that have known defects, or that are in
need of repair? If yes, then describe. (Attach additional sheets if necessary):
Yes No Unknown.
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Does the property have working smoke detectors installed in accordance with the smoke detector requirements of Chapter
766, Health and Safety Code? If the answer to this question is no or unknown, explain
(Attach additional sheets if necessary):
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Yes No Unknown.
Chapter 766 of the Health and Safety Code requires one-family or two-family dwellings to have working smoke detectors
installed in accordance with the requirements of the building code in effect in the area in which the dwelling is located,
including performance, location, and power source requirements. If you do not know the building code requirements in
effect in your area, you may check unknown above or contact your local building official for more information. A buyer may
require a seller to install smoke detectors for the hearing impaired if: (1) the buyer or a member of the buyer's family who
will reside in the dwelling is hearing impaired; (2) the buyer gives the seller written evidence of the hearing impairment from
a licensed physician; and (3) within 10 days after the effective date, the buyer makes a written request for the seller to install
smoke detectors for the hearing impaired and specifies the locations for the installation. The parties may agree who will bear
the cost of installing the smoke detectors and which brand of smoke detectors to install.
Are you (Seller) aware of any known defects/malfunctions in any of the following? Write Yes (Y) if you are aware, write No (N)
if you are not aware.
Interior Walls Ceilings Floors
Exterior Walls Doors Windows
Roof Foundation/Slab(s) Sidewalks
Walls/Fences Driveways Intercom System
Plumbing/Sewers/Septics Electrical Systems Lighting Fixtures
Other Structural Components (Describe):
If the answer to any of the above is yes, explain. (Attach additional sheets if necessary):
2.
*
3.
Are you (Seller) aware of any of the following conditions? Write Yes (Y) if you are aware, write No (N) if you are not aware.4.
Active Termites (includes wood destroying insects)
Termite or Wood Rot Damage Needing Repair
Previous Termite Damage
Previous Termite Treatment
Previous Flooding
Improper Drainage
Water Penetration
Located in 100-Year Floodplain
Present Flood Insurance Coverage
Landfill, Settling, Soil Movement, Fault Lines
Single Blockable Main Drain in Pool/Hot Tub/Spa*
Previous Structural or Roof Repair
Hazardous or Toxic Waste
Asbestos Components
Urea-formaldehyde Insulation
Radon Gas
Lead Based Paint
Aluminum Wiring
Previous Fires
Unplatted Easements
Subsurface Structure or Pits
Previous Use of Premises for Manufacture of
Methamphetamine
If the answer to any of the above is yes, explain. (Attach additional sheets if necessary):
* A single blockable main drain may cause a suction entrapment hazard for an individual.
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Are you (Seller) aware of any item, equipment, or system in or on the Property that is in need of repair?
If yes, explain. (Attach additional sheets if necessary):
5.
No (if you are not aware)
Yes (if you are aware)
6. Are you (Seller) aware of any of the following? Write Yes (Y) if you are aware, write No (N) if you are not aware.
Room additions, structural modifications, or other alterations or repairs made without necessary permits or not in
compliance with building codes in effect at that time.
Homeowners' Association or maintenance fees or assessments.
Any "common area" (facilities such as pools, tennis courts, walkways, or other areas) co-owned in undivided interest
with others.
Any notices of violations of deed restrictions or governmental ordinances affecting the condition or use of the
Property.
Any lawsuits directly or indirectly affecting the Property.
Any condition on the Property which materially affects the physical health or safety of an individual.
Any rainwater harvesting system located on the property that is larger than 500 gallons and that uses a public water
supply as an auxiliary water source.
If the answer to any of the above is yes, explain. (Attach additional sheets if necessary):
If the property is located in a coastal area that is seaward of the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway or within 1,000 feet of the mean
high tide bordering the Gulf of Mexico, the property may be subject to the Open Beaches Act or the Dune Protection Act
(Chapter 61 or 63, Natural Resources Code, respectively) and a beachfront construction certificate or dune protection permit
maybe required for repairs or improvements. Contact the local government with ordinance authority over construction
adjacent to public beaches for more information.
7.
Date
Date
Date Date
The undersigned purchaser hereby acknowledges receipt of the foregoing notice.
Signature of SellerSignature of Seller
Signature of Purchaser Signature of Purchaser
Any portion of the property that is located in a groundwater conservation district or a subsidence district.
8. This property may be located near a military installation and may be affected by high noise or air installation compatible use
zones or other operations. Information relating to high noise and compatible use zones is available in the most recent Air
Installation Compatible Use Zone Study or Joint Land Use Study prepared for a military installation and may be accessed on
the Internet website of the military installation and of the county and any municipality in which the military installation is
located.
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