California Residential Purchase Agreement
Download an attorney-drafted California purchase and sale agreement for residential real estate today and start using it immediately.
Our California residential purchase and sales agreement can be used for residential homes and town homes. We also include a complete listing of real estate disclosures for California.
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Our real estate purchase agreement was drafted by a licensed California attorney with a real estate broker's license.
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This attorney-drafted agreement contains provisions based on years of lawsuits and arguments in California courts, resulting in an agreement that will help minimize potential legal problems.
This agreement is designed for buyer's and sellers looking for a thorough real estate agreement. This agreement contains the important details that a good real estate purchase and sale agreement should contain.
Below are just some of the topics covered:
- Deposits, escrow, financing, and insurance
- Taxes, evidence of title, and Liens
- Existing mortgages
- Property inspections including pests
- Current survey, utilities
- Restrictions and easements
- Expenses for buyer and seller
- Risk of loss and maintenance of property
- Leases (if property is currently being leased)
- Property inspection and guarantee
- Possible pending litigation
- Default by buyer or seller
- Closing procedures, deliveries, and more
Sellers of residential real estate are required to provide buyers with specific disclosures. Listed below are some of the more common disclosures.
California Real Estate Disclosure Statement
A California seller's disclosure statement answers questions about the general condition of the homeowner's property that is being sold, and is necessary to be in compliance with the Seller Disclosure Act.
Natural Hazard Disclosure Statement
Sellers of residential homes in California must give potential buyers a Natural Hazard Disclosure Statement if the property lies within a specified area.
Lead Warning Disclosure Statement
Every buyer of residential property on which a residential dwelling was built before 1978 is to be notified that such property may present exposure to lead from lead-based paint. The seller is required to provide the buyer with information on lead-based paint hazards from inspections in the seller's possession and notify the buyer of any known hazards.
We provide you with a link to download all required real estate disclosures that a seller of residential real estate is required to provide to the buyer. These disclosures are provided by the State of California and are free.
You will not find a higher quality California residential purchase agreement.
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