Las Vegas Real Estate Contracts
We are excited about the possibility of helping you find your next home in Las Vegas! City and state laws vary widely across the country, and we want you to feel comfortable with all aspects of the transaction in Las Vegas. So please take a moment to review a sample of the actual real estate contract used by the Greater Las Vegas Board of Realtors. This way you can make a list of any questions you may have in advance before you start your property search.
Click here to view a sample Las Vegas Purchase Agreement.
In The State of Nevada, as Professional Real Estate Agents we are also required (and must disclose in writing), whom we represent in every transaction. In order to meet this requirement below is the "Duties Owed" disclosure for your review. This disclosure outlines our fiduciary responsibilities to you and that we represent you and only you in a given transaction.
Click here to view a sample Duties Owed Disclosure.
In addition, two other documents commonly used in Las Vegas are the Exclusive Buyer's Agency Agreement and the Short Sale Addendum. The Buyer's Agency is like a Seller's listing contract - it also gives the Buyer the right to hire their own agent exclusively. The Short Sale Addendum is used when the property being purchased is a short sale and will require bank approval.
There are also a variety of other required disclosures that are part of our local real estate transactions, but they are standard documents that are generally self explanatory. Please feel free to contact us with any questions you may have on our local contracts - just fill out the form below and we will respond as quickly as possible.
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