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Learn about the new changes to the Seller's Property Condition Disclosure form with UAR attorneys Kreg Wagner and Lance Harrison. ... See MoreSee Less

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Kreg and Lance, Sometimes you see the Disclosures as an attached document in the MLS. THere are some that say that you shouldn't do that

I asked a guy if had a Permit to finish the basement. He said his wife gave him permission

1Cii is in the wrong order

would you explain 1.C.ii. If the answer is no, why do they need to explain?

I will have to watch this later, but wondering when are we required to swap to this new form from the previous one? Thanks so much 🙏

I think it is certainly looks more up to date and easy to read - 16 pages is a lot, but it's better having it all spread out and easier to read, in my opinion.

Perhaps at 9. Heating and leased components; if the propane tank which may fuel the heating system is leased it could be mentioned here.

Kreg or Lance, one thing that sticks out to me is on the last page for signatures - there is room on the page, but the place for seller signature is TINY....the buyer one is spaced a lot more appropriately.

I love this! This form answers a lot of the questions we get from buyers.

Thank you so much for this Live session and for the Awesome New Form!!!

Thank you for increasing the size!

The no is in reference to whether or not it is in compliance, not to whether it is rented

I think 1cii is modifying 1Ci, not 1C

Looks great--thank you for the explination.

Need to add Restrictions, animals, rentals, smoking

What is the recommended process for "disclosure form update" which is no longer on the last page?

Love the New Form!

Give us some time and we'll have some questions.

When does this form becomes effective?

Why was the Disclosure Update Section removed?

Those are not checkboxes. They are check rectangles.

What I am gathering from the confusion and comments from the video is that 1.C.ii should really be modifies whether or not it is compliant and not whether or not it is rented...I think that is going to confuse a lot of sellers/agents.

Love the improvements! Thx.


This is fantastic!

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