Real Estate in Washington

In Washington State, a real estate seller must provide a buyer with a completed property disclosure form within five days of signing the sales agreement. The disclosure statement can be waived if the buyer agrees to that, but in some parts of Washington State the environmental portion of the disclosure is a legal requirement. Buyers and sellers in Washington State should work with experienced real estate experts to determine if a disclosure can be waived, or if a portion of the disclosure is required to be submitted.

One of the unique aspects of Washington State real estate laws is that a disclosure statement is required even if the property has never been inhabited. These are normally the instances where the environmental section of the disclosure form that deals with flooding, earthquakes and other natural occurrences is required to be submitted. Washington State requires a different disclosure form be submitted for properties that have been recently renovated. A seller will have to work with their real estate agent to determine which type of disclosure form will need to be submitted for their particular property.

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Residential and Commercial Real Estate Agencies and Associations in Washington

Spokane Association of Realtors
Address: Spokane Association of Realtors
1924 North Ash
Spokane, WA 99205
Office Phone Number: (509) 326-9222
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Washington Association of Realtors
Address: Washington Association of Realtors
504 14th Avenue SE
Olympia, WA 98501
Office Phone Number: (360) 943-3100
Toll-Free Number: (800) 562-6024
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Northeast Washington Association of Realtors
Address: Northeast Washington Association of Realtors
100 E Birch Avenue
Colville, WA 99114
Office Phone Number: (509) 684-3534
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