Georgia Real Estate Forms

The Empire State of the South, more commonly known as Georgia was one of the original thirteen colonies that revolted against Britain. Although of the thirteen colonies, Georgia was the last to be established as a colony, it was the fourth to become a state after the constitution was ratified in 1788. The Peach State is one of the fastest growing states in America.

Unlike other states where sellers are required to fill up several documents, only three kinds are required in Georgia, these are the Purchase and Sale Agreement, Seller’s Property Disclosure Statement, and the Lead Based Paint Addendum (for homes built prior to 1978).

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Sometimes, the seller must accomplish the Homeowner’s Association Disclosure as well. Should there be any changes in the sale agreement; the amendment form should be accomplished. Those selling homes without the aid of brokers or need not fill up the agency and brokerage attachment. In some cases, these short documents namely the Escrow Agreement, Counter Offer and Special Stipulations are also required.

As with all real estate transactions, real property contracts must always be in writing. The title should be free and clear of all encumbrances and other title defects. To ensure the marketability of a property, a buyer may opt to secure the services of a lawyer or a title insurance company. The title insurance company will insure the buyer should the title turn out to be invalid.

Sellers are required to execute and deliver a deed, complete with a description of the land, in order to pass title. This deed is officially recorded to establish ownership and provide notice of transfer to other buyers.

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