Once you’ve established a price, it’s time to get your property on the market. One of the most important parts of the listing process is completing the disclosure documents. By completing these documents accurately and to the best of your knowledge, you let potential buyers know of any flaws you are aware of, as well as any improvements you’ve done to the property.
These disclosure forms include paperwork for residential property, vacant land, well and septic, environmental concerns (lead paint, radon, etc.). Once completed to the best of your knowledge, these forms help to limit any future liability and help to give buyers a better comfort level about what they are buying.
Much of this is required by the State of MN and/or local county regulations. Your Johnson Hometown Realty Professional will provide you with the paperwork you need.