After you put an offer on your perfect Arizona home it is then time to put in the work to make sure you are not buying a problem house. The first thing the home buyer should do in this process is examine all of the disclosures you receive. As required by law, when purchasing a home in Arizona, the home buyer will receive disclosures that describe the condition of the property. A buyer should examine these documents completely to help them understand the condition of the home and identify any problems that would make them rethink buying the home. The buyer should then validate all of the information provided and have a home inspection completed before completing the sale. The more work a home buyer does before the closing on a home the fewer problems they are likely to encounter in the future.
The following are some of the important documents a perspective buyer will receive:
Seller's Property Disclosure Statement
Subdivision Disclosure Report
Condominium and Planned Community Disclosure
Lead-Based Paint Disclosure
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