The Georgia Property Disclosure Statement is the form sellers use to disclose material facts about a property to buyers. The Georgia Realtors makes available a few different disclosure statement forms, the one you use depends on the property type.
Completing the appropriate form below will help you disclose material facts to the buyer. While Georgia doesn't require this disclosure form like many other states, it does require that the seller disclose any material defects that would not be discovered by the buyer upon a reasonable inspection. The best way to meet this requirement is to complete the appropriate disclosure statement form below.
- F301 Georgia Seller's Property Disclosure Statement
- F302 Georgia Seller's Property Disclosure Statement - Latent Defects (this is used instead of F301 when the seller has not occupied the property long enough to complete F301 - for example, investors or a beneficiary).
- F304 Georgia Seller's Property Disclosure Statement - Condominium
- F307 Georgia Seller's Property Disclosure Statement - Lot/Land
- F310 Georgia Seller's Property Disclosure Statement - New Construction
- F313 New Construction Seller Disclosures Exhibit (used in addition to F310)
How can I get a copy of the correct property disclosure statement?
We will provide you a copy of any Georgia Realtors disclosure form for free upon submitting a flat fee MLS listing through our website.
What if I am selling the home "As Is"?
Selling "As Is" is meant to indicate that you are not doing any repairs. It is not used as a way to avoid disclosing material defects that would not be discovered by the buyer.
What about questions from buyers?
Georgia Code 44-1-16 requires that sellers must truthfully answer all questions posed by buyers, with exceptions related to state or federal fair housing laws.
When should I provide these disclosures?
Before accepting an offer. One way to ensure you comply with the law is to complete the disclosures, upload them to your flat fee MLS listing, and require that they are returned signed with the initial offer.
If you choose to have homecoin.com list your home on the MLS for a flat fee then we will add your disclosures to your MLS listing upon activation.