This form is intended to help the seller assess the buyer`s ability to purchase the property. This form can be used in the event that the seller(s) have received multiple offers for a property in a single transaction and want the buyer(s) to submit their “highest and best” offer within a certain time frame. This form is not mandatory. If you use this form, it must be used in an offer submission before negotiations for a short sale contract take place. For instructions on how to complete the form and where and how disclosure may be used in other forms of communication, see “Instructions for Consumer-Specific Business Communications” at florida Realtors` MARS Info Center. In the first part of the contract, you must identify the parties to the agreement. This MUST include the legal name of the seller as it appears on the title deed and the legal name of the buyer. The biggest pitfall in this area of the contract is that people tend to exclude co-owners from the agreement or accidentally replace a person with a trust or legal entity. To properly complete this field, you must refer to the previous act or “act of exercise” and use the name of the “beneficiary” on these acts.

If the property belongs to several parties, all parties must be listed on the document (and possibly must sign below). If the property belongs to a trust, the legal name of the trust must be indicated in that area. This is a 7-day notice to the tenant to prevent non-compliance of F.S. 83.52, remedy the essential provisions of the Rental Agreement or the appropriate rules and regulations. The form was approved by the Florida Supreme Court for use by non-attorneys. This form may be used if the property is subject to taxes and assessments levied by a community development district in addition to other statutory taxes/assessments. The form contains the name of the district and the amount of taxes and/or duties to which the district is entitled. A contract for the purchase of a residential property is a binding contract between a seller and a buyer for the transfer of ownership of a property. The agreement describes the terms, such as the sale price and any contingencies prior to the closing date. It is recommended that the seller require the buyer to make a serious cash deposit between 1% and 3% of the sale price, which is not refundable if the buyer terminates the contract. The most common contingency is that the buyer receives financing from a local financial institution.

This form is intended for optional use by agents in the event that the contract form used in the transaction is a form that the agent does not use in the ordinary course of business, i.e. a party`s lawyer designed it or the form comes from a REO lender. It provides that the party may wish to obtain appropriate legal, tax or other professional advice before proceeding with the transaction. This form can be used if the purchaser wishes to conduct an investigation into the county`s septic tank replacement program to determine the availability, connection, capacity fee, connection incentives, and/or septic tank repair/replacement credits. The Addendum allows the Buyer to terminate the Contract if a fact relating to the Septic Tank Replacement Program is unacceptable to the Buyer. This form can be used to establish a single agent relationship with the seller or buyer. This form can be used to provide a buyer with information on the ELDF website and the phone number of sex offenders. The Florida Supreme Court has approved this form for use by non-attorneys who assist tenants who wish to terminate a lease if the landlord does not meet the maintenance requirements of the lease or F.S.

within seven days of sending the notice. 83.51(1). This form must be used in conjunction with the exclusive right of sale registration agreement if the seller is in default of payment of its loan or pledge obligations and the net proceeds of the sale after payment of the usual closing costs are not sufficient to pay in full the outstanding mortgages or other liens at closing. The purpose of the form is to inform the seller of his obligations in short sale. This form is a worksheet and can be used to record most of the essential information needed to fill in the gaps in a standard housing contract form. This document also specifies a specific expiry date on its terms. Find “XXVIII Quote Expiration”, and then use the blank lines shown here to indicate the date and time of the final calendar by which this Agreement is to be signed or considered invalid. If seller has not signed such documents by the calendar date specified herein, all genuine money donated shall be returned to Buyer and these Terms shall be deemed to have been revoked by Seller. In many cases, disclosures must be made. All disclosures attached to completed documents must be properly documented. Article “XXXI.

Disclosures” so that we can indicate the status of these attachments. If there are no accompanying disclosures, check the first box (“There are no additions or disclosures attached..”). If addenda/disclosures are added, check the second box and the trend to the list below. Four additional check boxes were provided for this selection. Select the Primary Paint Disclosure Form check box when a Primary Paint Disclosure is added. If there are additional addenda, specify the title of each addendum on a separate line and select the check box that corresponds to that row. If there are “Additional Terms and Conditions” that apply to the purchase agreement defined in these documents but have not been documented in its contents, provide this information in the empty lines of Article Thirty-second (“XXXII Additional Terms and Conditions”). If more space is needed, you can switch to an attachment named in “Disclosure of Section XXXI.” This form can be used when the residential property is sold using the auction method. It sets a premium to the buyer, has no financing contingency and has checkboxes for closing costs and fees.

It also includes a provision deleting the inspection, repair and inspection provisions of the contract. A disclosure is a statement or appendix to a purchase agreement that reveals information about the property. Disclosure is generally only provided when required by local, state, or federal law. This form allows the seller to disclose facts relating to the vacant land and to disclose defects or facts that materially affect the value of the property that are not easily observable or known to the buyer. It should be used in place of the seller`s Residential Property Disclosure Form. This form can be used with CRSP or VAC contracts and allows the seller of Miami-Dade County properties subject to special tax jurisdictions to make the required disclosure to the buyer. This form can be used when a seller and buyer agree to terminate a purchase contract, or when an eventuality fails and the contract ends automatically. This form also releases buyers, sellers and brokers from any additional liability. This form is intended for use with the Florida Realtors Registration Agreement or the Florida Realtors Exclusive Rental Right Agreement. It can be used to renew the offer or terminate the offer before the cancellation date. This form can be used if the agent acts as an individual agent, but obtains the consent of the seller or buyer to switch to a trading broker in case the broker also represents the other party in the transaction as a trading broker. Lead Paint Disclosure – A federal law that requires the owner of a property built before 1978 to determine whether peeling, peeling or deteriorated paint has appeared on the site.

Since paint particles are dangerous to a person`s health, this is a mandatory disclosure that must be attached to every purchase contract. This form can be used by the buyer to request repairs according to the seller`s repair limit in a contract. This form is intended to complete the standard Florida Realtors/FloridaBar and CRSP contracts, not the ASIS Florida Realtors/FloridaBar contract. This form allows the seller of a condominium to disclose facts regarding the condition of the condominium and to disclose defects or facts that materially affect the value of the property that are not easily observable or known to the buyer. .