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Kansas Residential Purchase Agreement

A Kansas residential purchase agreement is a contract that outlines the terms and conditions for the sale of real property from a seller to a buyer. The agreement includes the sales price, financing options, and the closing date of the transaction. Once signed by both parties, it becomes legally binding.
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Required Disclosures (2)

Lead-Based Paint Disclosure – All American homes built before the year 1978 must come with a disclosure revealing any lead-based paint used on the premises.

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Seller Property Condition Disclosure Statement – The information a seller must relay to any buyer concerning the condition of real estate is extensive but required in Kansas.[1]

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Must include the following information:

  • The physical condition of the property;
  • Any and all material defects;
  • Any material limitation in the seller’s ability to perform in accordance with the agreement;
  • Any material defects in the title to the property;
  • Any environmental hazards;
  • Radon Disclosure Statement;[2]
  • Proximity to Convicts Disclosure;[3]
  • Special Assessment Disclosure.[4]