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Hawaii Residential Purchase and Sale Agreement

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The Hawaii residential purchase and sale agreement is a written contract between two parties involved in the sale of a property; the seller and the buyer. The agreement outlines the terms and conditions that need to be met in order for the buyer to purchase the property for an agreed upon price. Included in these terms are provisions involving price, financing, earnest money, insurance, inspections, and closing terms. Before the transaction is finalized, the seller must deliver to the buyer a written disclosure statement, which includes various issues, defects, and other information about the property that could ultimately affect the buyer. (To be more specific, Hawaiian law requires sellers to provide this disclosure statement no later than ten (10) days after the acceptance of a residential purchase and sale agreement.)

Realtor Version

Hawaii Assoc. of RealtorsAdobe PDF

Required Disclosures

Lead-Based Paint Disclosure – Selling property built before 1978 requires that the seller provide a lead-based paint disclosure form to any potential buyer.

Sellers Property Disclosure Statement (§ 508D-5) – Hawaiian law requires sellers to provide this disclosure statement no later than ten (10) calendar days after the acceptance of a residential purchase and sale agreement. This form contains disclosures pertaining to material defects in the property, utility costs, association information (if any), zoning information, and other pertinent information that will be useful to the buyer when making their decision to purchase the property.


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