Kansas Residential Purchase and Sale Agreement

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A Kansas residential purchase and sale agreement is a contract that facilitates the transfer of real property from a seller to a buyer. The document provides the terms and conditions of the sale, including the amount to be paid to the seller, the manner in which the buyer will provide the financial consideration, and the closing date of the transaction. An agreement such as this enables all parties to relay, in no uncertain terms, their conditions for either purchasing or selling a residential property covering all possible areas of dispute. In the state of Kansas, it is legally required that a seller or their realtor provide the purchaser with a Property Condition Disclosure Statement which relays in full detail the state of the property. This disclosure enables the purchaser to be made aware of any information which may affect their willingness to purchase the residence or their initial offer to buy.

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Realtor Version

Kansas Association of RealtorsAdobe PDF

Required Disclosures

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.

Seller Property Condition Disclosure Statement – The information a seller must relay to any buyer concerning the condition of real estate is extensive in this State. A full Property Condition Disclosure (in accordance with Kansas Stat. Ann. 58-30.106) must contain 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
  • A Radon Disclosure Statement (Kansas Stat. Ann. 58-3078a)
  • A Proximity to Convicts Disclosure (Kansas Stat. Ann. 58-3078)
  • A Special Assessment Disclosure (Kansas Stat. Ann. 12-6a20)

Commercial Property

Commercial Purchase AgreementUse as a legal contract to buy or sell any type of commercial property.

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