North Carolina Real Estate Documents
Real Estate Documents For Buying and Selling NC Mountain Homes
This document allows you to immediately write a contract on a North Carolina home. You then have 14 days (or an agreed upon time between you and the seller) to come to the mountain and check it out. If you like the home, the contract becomes effective and you follow through with the purchase. If the home does not meet your approval, any earnest money is refunded and the contract is no longer valid. It is that simple. This is a great addendum which allows you time to get travel plans in order but yet lets you have a contract in place so that no one else can buy the home until you have checked it out!
Click here to download and access the View and Approve Addendum .
Not a contract but an information paper that describes the relationship of a Buyer’s, Seller’s or Dual Agent to you the Buyer or Seller. Every state is a bit different so it is nice to know how it works in NC.
Click here to download and access the Working with Real Estate Agents Information .
Offer to Purchase and Contract:
This document describes the terms and conditions of your offer to buy a residence.
Offer to Purchase and Contract Vacant Lot/Land:
This document describes the terms and conditions of your offer to buy a lot or parcel of land.
This document is signed by the Seller when the property is listed. The owner checks the box that describes the home at the time it is listed. Every homeowner should fill this out, so be sure to read it.
Click here to download and access the Residential Property Disclosure Statement document .
Repair Request and Agreement:
Once a home inspection is completed, the Buyer has the option to request the Seller that repairs be made on the home prior to purchase. The Seller has the option to repair them or not.
Exclusive Right to Represent Buyer – Buyer Agency Agreement:
Your agent can act as an oral buyer’s agent when showing you property. However, once you have decided to make an offer on a home, this Buyer agent relationship must be in writing. This document shows that you will be working exclusively with one particular agent. This document covers a particular period of time, so be sure to check how long this is.
Non-Exclusive Buyer Agency Agreement:
Your agent can act as an oral buyer’s agent when showing you property. However, once you have decided to make an offer on a home, this Buyer agent relationship must be in writing. This document shows that you will not be working exclusively with one particular agent.
Dual Agency Addendum:
This authorizes your agent to act as both a Buyer’s and Seller’s Agent with you at the same time. If a home is listed by the agent that is helping your buy a particular piece of property, this person would be a dual agent representing both you. the Buyer as well as the Seller.
Lead Based Paint or Lead Based Paint Hazard:
This is an informational pamphlet that you should read if your home was built prior to 1978 and there was lead paint used in your home.
Click here to download the Protect Your Family from Lead pamphlet.
Owner’s Association Addendum (to be used for resale only):
If a residence belongs to a Home Owner’s Association, this will describe what the dues will cover.
These are a sampling to help you through the home buying process. Additional addendums may also be used such as seller financing, new construction, contingent sale. If you would like to see any of these, please email us.
*These forms were created by lawyers in the state of North Carolina. Please check with your own attorney concerning any questions concerning these forms.