There are many buyers forms you should familiarize yourself with before beginning your home search. Below are sample forms provided compliments of Wilson Realty. Should you have any questions about these home buyer forms, when to use them, or what they are for, please know we are here to assist you and answer your questions.
Terry Wilson GRI, CRS, DREI Broker/Owner
Dominick Campo Realtor / Broker
- Working with Real Estate Agents brochure. Prior to first substantial contact with a Home Buyer a licensed North Carolina Real Estate Broker MUST review this brochure with the customer. North Carolina offers both buyer and seller agency.
You will be asked to sign the brochure to acknowledge that the agent took you through the brochure and explained the brochure to you. It is not a contract.
– As a Home Buyer you have Three(3) options
— “Buyers Agent” – working exclusively for the buyer .
— “Sub-Agent” – works with the buyer as a sub-agent of the seller.
— “Buyer Customer” – available until you want to make an offer
Your real estate agent will discuss the benefits of agency, what could happen should the agent represent both the buyer and seller
and when two agents from the same firm are involved in the transaction.
- North Carolina Property Disclosure Form: In the state of North Carolina, but for a very few exceptions, all sellers are required to fill out the North Carolina Residential Property Disclosure form. The form requires the seller to answer questions about the various components of their home… Such as electrical, plumbing, roofing, unpermitted work and a host of other components.
– The seller has three choices when answering these questions
— “Yes” they do know of a problem
— “No” they do not know of a problem
— “No Representation” they are not saying whether they do or don’t have