California transfer disclosures terrify some sellers. They shouldn’t. The rules are fairly clear and, when in doubt, most professionals will tell you to disclose.

As a Seller, you are obligated by California law to disclose certain information about the property you’re offering for sale. This is true whether you are representing yourself in a For Sale By Owner (FSBO) situation or if you’ve listed your home with a real estate brokerage.

Most disclosures are routine, and we use standard forms to convey this information to buyers . Other disclosures are best conveyed in reports prepared by professionals, such as surveyors, or, in certain cases, attorneys.

So, what is the California Real Estate Transfer Disclosure? This video offers a quick overview of the of the form, sometimes simply referred to as the CA TDS.

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This presentation is not legal advice, and it is not intended to solicit the clients of other real estate professionals. Always seek appropriate counsel for your particular circumstances. All information is deemed reliable, but is not guaranteed. Viewer is advised to independently verify all information.

Jason Allen-Rouman
Keller Williams Realty
(760) 325-1900
CALBRE# 01831809
Broker BRE# 01417409


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