Boston North End condos for sale {Sellers Property Disclosures}

Massachusetts law requires Boston North End condo sellers to disclose certain information about a Boston condo for sale before they sell. A Boston North End condo is not just a material object — it’s a place with a history. Anything that could affect the buyer’s experience in that Boston condo for sale going forward should be disclosed.

Seller Disclosures — How and Why

The disclosures are is taken seriously because it’s the only way that sellers can be legally “covered” if should anything go wrong with the Boston North End condo after it changes hands. It shouldn’t negatively impact the value of the home, and even if the issue seems to have been resolved. Be mindful that if you don’t disclose what you know, you could be opening yourself up to liability down the road.

Property Seller Disclosures – What’s covered?

The title or property boundaries. Yes, there will be a title search made as part of the home closing process, but sellers are required to list any issues that they know of here in the disclosures form.

Has a creditor threatened to place a lien on the title? 

Is there any planned special Assessments or capital improvements moving forward.

Systems and fixtures. Sellers simply verify whether the electrical, plumbing, heating, and cooling systems — as well as certain appliances — are in good working order. If any components were the subject of a recall or class-action suit, that also needs to be disclosed.


If you’re thinking about selling your Boston North End condo, please fee to call me at 617=595-3712.

Updated: 2020

Boston North End condos for sale

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