U.S. Legal Forms, Inc. offers Maine Real Estate forms and contracts for all your individual or commercial real estate needs, including sales and sale agreements, sales contracts, property agreements, rental rental forms and others. Many free forms are not valid. We provide lawyers and you with the correct valid form. Free previews available. All Maine Real Estate forms are available in Word format. Maine Residential purchase and sale contracts are contracts that facilitate the sale of property from a seller to a buyer. The written agreement agreed on the various conditions that both parties must meet in order for the sale to be concluded. Both the buyer and the seller must sign the contract for it to be deemed valid.
Land law requires the seller to make a declaration of publicity about the property to the buyer, indicating all material defects and hazards (unless they are exempt under Article 172). This declaration must be made to the buyer at the latest before or at the time of the offer to purchase. Learn more about real estate with our questionnaire on the purchase or sale of real estate, land or land The maine sales contract records the details of a sale specific to residential real estate. This form is usually used to submit the first offer to the seller. The buyer will include his offer, the amount of serious money deposit and the desired contingencies. The seller will then check the proposal and determine whether or not they agree with the terms provided. If they do not accept it, the adjustments to which they feel entitled may oppose offers. As soon as one of the parties accepts the terms of the other party`s offer, it can sign the document in order to obtain a binding agreement. Seller`s Property Disclosure Statement (§173) – State law requires seller to have fully disclosed to buyer the water supply, insulation, heating, waste management and defects of the property as well as all hazardous materials used in or around the premises. Lead-based color disclosure – If the property was built before 1978 and lead-based paint was used on the site, the buyer must be informed. (This form lists all known factual defects, it is not a substitute for proper examination.) Seller`s Property Disclosure (§ 173) – All sellers involved in a residential real estate transaction must complete a disclosure form covering the following areas of the property: Lead-based color opening (42 U.S.
Code § 4852d) – This federal disclosure is required in the United States for all homes built before 1978. . .