Title Insurance Advisory Notice (§1057.6) – If the buyer does not keep a title insurance policy in a fiduciary transaction for the purchase of a residential property, a notification must be issued with the following paragraph: Local Option (§ 1102.6 bis) – Some california cities and counties require that a secondary disclosure form be completed with respect to municipality-specific data, in which the property is located. The generic form is available in Adobe PDF or Microsoft Word (.docx). Community Facilities District (CFD) (§ 1102.6b(b)) – If the property sold is located in a district classified as Mello-Roos, the seller is required to provide the buyer with a notice of disclosure of any particular tax information relating to the area. California Association of Realtors – Adobe PDF (model form) California law requires the assessor to revalue the property at the time ownership of the property changes. Under this law, you can receive one or two additional tax bills depending on when your loan closes. Transfer Disclosure Statement (TDS) (CC § 1102) – Specific form required by the seller of a residential property. If a buyer does not receive any of the information mentioned below, they may have 3 days to terminate their contract (or 5 days from the date of shipment) by sending a notification to the seller or the seller`s representative (CC § 1102.3). Guide on environmental risks for owners, buyers, owners and tenants (§ 2079.7) – Sellers/agents can provide this informative brochure to buyers in order to avoid any additional information on environmental risks (as they are considered sufficient data). Transfer Disclosure Statement (TDS) (§ 1102.4) – The seller is legally required to provide the potential buyer with a completed disclosure form containing important details about the property for sale. The following required information may also be included in the form: Real Estate Tax Disclosure (CC § 1102.6c) – the following must be included in a 12-point rental agreement with a 14-point title: Fire Detector Compliance Statement (§ 13113.8.b)) – This statement must be delivered to a buyer interested in buying a detached house.
You must then confirm the form that confirms that the seller complies with California fire detection laws. Natural Hazard Disclosure Statement (NHDS) (Article 1103) – The seller or his representative is responsible for presenting the buyer with a publication form informing him of any natural hazards that affect the contractual residence. . . .