Oregon Real Estate Disclosure Requirements
There are two primary disclosure requirements in Oregon. Click the links below to view the disclosure forms and learn more about each requirement.
- Oregon Seller's Property Disclosure Statement
- Federal Lead-Based Paint Disclosures and Pamphlet (if built before 1978)
The Oregon Association of Realtors publishes a pamphlet titled "Oregon Property Seller Advisory" which is useful in explaining the obligations that are placed upon a seller of real property in Oregon.
You May Also Need to Complete One or More of These Disclosures:
Additional Oregon Requirements:
- Oregon Property Seller Well Compliance
- Oregon Property Seller Wood Stove Compliance
- Oregon Property Seller Smoke Alarm Compliance
- Oregon Property Seller Carbon Monoxide Compliance
Requirements When Buying a Property:
We will need your completed disclosures in order to activate your flat fee MLS listing. You can send the disclosures to us by uploading them in the MLS listing section. We will add your disclosures as attachments to your MLS listing. Buyer agents will have them signed and included with any offer.
Any fact that could affect a reasonable person’s decision to buy, sell, or lease is considered a material fact and must be disclosed to the parties in the transaction and any interested third parties. A broker is required by law to disclose to each prospective buyer any material fact about a property of which broker is aware or should reasonably be aware.
Include Your Disclosures on Your MLS Listing
When you list your home on the MLS with homecoin.com for a one-time fee of $95, we will upload your disclosures directly in your MLS listing, so you can easily comply with Oregon law. Learn more about our flat fee MLS service here: https://homecoin.com/flat-fee-mls/oregon
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