Now that I have listed my house for sale, what disclosures about defects and other matters must I give to a buyer?
There is a property disclosure form that is part of the contract and, but you can check the area of “no representation” and list the property for sale "as is". The Buyer must do their due diligence to figure out what their offer should be given any defects in the property. However, this would not shield you as a seller if you took steps to purposefully conceal something from a prospective purchaser.
Phillip C. Price
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