Back to the blog

New and Revised Forms to be Released on July 1

by Clouser, Kacy on

It’s that time again, some new and some revised forms will become available for use on July 1. Be sure to attend the Best of the Legal Hotline: Standard Forms webinar on Monday, June 21 at 10 a.m. to learn more about some of these form changes. We will be giving a thorough review on some of the forms later on, but here is what to look for.

Seller’s Property Disclosure: The SPD has received a facelift. The first thing you might notice is the boxes have moved to the right side of the form. The entire form has been reviewed to make things clearer and easier for sellers to complete. There are also a few added sections covering pools, spas and windows.

Appraisal Contingency Addendum: The ACA has been revised to reflect some of the conditions in the current market with new language more clearly laying out that buyers will continue on in the transaction in certain circumstances.

COVID-19 Property Access Notice: With the ever-changing circumstances, we needed to update the current forms related to COVID-19. The two forms, COVID-HSA and COVID-PAN, have been combined to one form, an updated COVID-PAN. The majority of the COVID-PAN has stayed the same, with some of the various scenarios covered in the COVID-HSA. It is not meant to be filled out for every single meeting, but more of a notice for individuals.

Commercial Property Management Agreement: The CPMA is a brand new form added to the Standard Forms library. The Standard Forms Committee felt that there was a disconnect in the current property management agreement, so the CPMA builds on our residential Property Management Agreement (Form PMA) with additions and modifications that make it appropriate for a commercial property.

Over the next few weeks, we will be increasing education surrounding the new forms. You can review all of these forms on the Standard Forms page prior to their release on July 1. If you have any questions about changes or how to use the forms, please contact us.

Topics

Seller's Property Disclosure Appraisal Contingency Addendum COVID-19 Property Access Notice
Subscribe
Comments (0)

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *