There are many forms involved in the sale or purchase of a home. For my clients’ benefits I have provided a detailed explanation of most of the forms involved. If you have any questions please feel free to contact us.
Please make sure to read the entire contract before you sign.
These pages are not meant to be a comprehensive explanation and only covers a fraction of what you need to know about this promulgated forms issued by the Texas Real Estate Commission.
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Buyer Representation Agreements and Notices
Information about Brokerage Services – IABS form
General Information and Notice to Buyers and Sellers
Broker Notice to Buyer Tenant
Wire Fraud Warning
Texas Real Estate Consumer Notice Concerning Hazards and Deficiencies
Protecting your Home from Mold
For your Protection get a Home Inspection
Information about Property Insurance for a Buyer or Seller
Sales Contracts and Addendums
Third Party Financing Addendum
Addendum for Property Subject to Mandatory Membership in a Property Owners Association
Disclosure of Relationship with Residential Service Company
Authorization to Furnish TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosures
Non-Realty Items Addendum
Information Regarding Windstorm and Hail Insurance for Certain Properties
Notice of Information from other Sources
Information about Special Flood Hazard Areas
Notice to a Purchaser of Real Property in a Water District
Environmental Assessment, Threatened or Endangers Species, and Wetlands Addendum
Addendum for Authorizing Hydrostatic Testing
Addendum for Sale of other Property by Buyer
Buyer’s Walk-Through and Acceptance Form
The Texas Real Estate Commission or TREC has adopted certain forms that are available to any person. Real estate license holders are required to use these forms.
TREC contract forms are intended for use primarily by licensed real estate brokers or sales agents who are trained in their correct use. Mistakes in the use of a form may result in financial loss or a contract which is unenforceable. Persons using these forms assume all risks associated with their proper use.