A Kansas property disclosure statement is a document that home sellers give to potential buyers to advise them of all adverse material facts regarding the property being sold. The form reveals whether defects are known to exist in the property’s condition, such as structural damage or pest infestations, as well as issues with the property’s title. Sellers must also identify any materials, substances, or products that could be considered be an environmental hazard (e.g., asbestos, mold). Although this disclosure serves as comprehensive condition report, buyers are urged to perform their own inspections with the assistance of a qualified home inspector.
Laws – § 58-30.106(d)(1)
Purchase Agreement – Prior to the execution of a residential purchase agreement, sellers must also disclose information concerning radon gas, special assessments and fees, sex offender registration, and lead-based paint (only required for pre-1978 housing).