Buyer Information

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The process of purchasing a home for the first or experienced home buyer is a complicated one. We believe it is one of our jobs  to make it easy for you.

There are so many documents that must be read, disclosures to understand; things like airport fly zones over your new home, the possibility of sex offenders on your block, crime stats, Home Owner Associations, and the list goes on.  Most of the links listed below come from the Buyer Advisory, an important addition to the Purchase Contract.  There are several things the Fair Housing Laws prohibit us from pointing out to you; however, we can legally give you the websites to read for yourself!

It has answers to all of the questions we have been asked about buying a home in Arizona .   Each of these sites are public information sites. Their information is credible and the sites are secure.  Please let us know if there is a broken link.

Common Documents a Buyer should Review

Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (CC&R’s)
HOA Disclosures
Home Warranty Policy
Lead-Based Paint Disclosure Form

Loan Documents
Professional Home Inspection Report
Purchase Contract
Seller’s Property Disclosure Statement (SPDS)
Subdivision Public Report
Title Report

Common Physical Conditions in a Property a Buyer should Investigate

Deaths and Felonies on the Property
Flood Plain Status
Insurance (Claims History)
Property Boundaries
Soil Problems
Square Footage
Swimming Pools and Spas
Swimming Pools Barriers

Conditions Affecting the Area Surrounding the Property a Buyer should Investigate

Crime Statistics
Environmental Concerns
Forested Areas
Freeway Construction and Traffic Conditions
Military and Public Airports
Sex Offender
Superfund Sites
Zoning/Planning/Neighborhood Services
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