The Florida Sellers Property Disclosure form is the form sellers use to disclose material facts about the property to buyers. The Florida Realtors makes available three different forms - the one you use depends on the property type. Completing one of the below forms will help you comply with the state requirement to disclose material facts to the buyer.
- Florida Sellers Property Disclosure - Condominium
- Florida Sellers Property Disclosure - Residential
- Florida Vacant Land Disclosure Statement
How can I get a copy of the correct property disclosure?
We will provide you a copy of any Florida Realtors disclosure form for free upon submitting a flat fee MLS listing through our website.
What are Material Facts?
These are things which are not readily observable and are not known to the buyer that materially affect the value of the property. The seller has the duty to disclose Material Facts, as established by the Supreme Court of Florida.
What if I am selling the property "As Is"?
Yes, you must still disclose Material Facts, even if you are selling "As Is".
What types of things does the disclosure address?
Depending on which form used (based on property type), many of the following:
- Structures; Systems; Appliances
- Termites; Other Wood-Destroying Organisms; Pests
- Water Intrusion; Drainage; Flooding
- Fire Protection; Improvements; Alterations
- Hazardous Substances
- Limited Common Elements
- The Association
- Foreign Investment in Real Property Tax Act ("FIRPTA")
- Other Matters; Additional Comments
- Claims & Assessments
- Use Restrictions
- Condition of the Property