Different states have different guidelines but it woul be fair to assume that "sellers property disclosure" information should be viewed prior to making an offer. If this cannot be the case, any offer should be written with review and acceptance of this important document as a contingency.
We would recommend reviewing your document to determine what is included relative to this issue.
I wouldn't let my buyer make an offer without reading the seller's disclosure first.
Certainly, that information should have been available prior to having a home inspection.
It's more relevant as to the condition of the home, rather than who the owner is.
Our agent has the disclosure list, but she has not presented it to us. I didn't even know what that was until I look it up and then that's when I asked the question here. I am worried that because she wants another house under her belt that she might be blurring the line between being completely up front and sharing information a little at a time. We were not aware that this was something we should have seen before we even made an offer. We feel like we have been doing this on our own. We have done so much research on this house and found out all that we found out, on our own. I posted in other post how I went to the city and found that there were no permits on this property, yet it has a lot of work done etc. It's just looking like we should pull out. Too many red flags to mention here. Sad and hurt about how it has been going. But better realize now, than after we've been given the key.