The Alaska residential purchase and sale agreement is a contract used in the home-buying process to make a formal purchase offer on a home, condo, multi-unit, manufactured home, or similar type of real estate. In addition to being used for making an offer, the contract establishes what fees the buyer is willing to pay for, the closing costs, any contingencies, how the property will be financed, and much more. The buyer typically completes the form with the assistance of a real estate broker, who will go through each section of the form with the buyer. Once completed, the form will be sent to the seller (and their agent), who will decide if they want to deny, accept, or re-negotiate the offer they received.
Lead-based Paint – United States Federal law requires all prospective home buyers to be presented with a lead disclosure document and the EPA-approved pamphlet regarding identifying and controlling lead hazards in the home.
Real Estate Commission Consumer Disclosure.pdf (AS 08.88.600) – Alaska requires agents to provide the disclosure to consumers (buyers or sellers). Their signatures confirm they have read the form – it is not a binding contract.