The only time you as the seller should need a Notice to Perform is if you are an un-represented seller. That means you do not have an agent / broker working for you. If that is the case, you should contact a Real Estate Attorney who could best advise you.
If you do have a REALTOR, you should consult with them and they will be able to help you.
Any agent that gets involved with a transaction already in process is just asking for trouble and liability issues that go along with it.
Best of luck,
Broker / Owner & Certified HAFA Specialist
Thom Colby Properties
Newport Beach, CA
Moving Lives Forward (TM)
We NEVER DOUBLE-END Transactions in our Brokerage. There is NO benefit to the Seller or Buyer and only benefits the Agent. Also, NEVER use your RE Agent / Broker as your Lender or vice versa. Also, be careful when using Real Estate Broker-owned Escrow and Title Companies - they can be loads of trouble.
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Why do you need this form? Your Realtor should be handleing all of this paperwork for you. If you do not have a professional real estate agent representing you, Please Give Me A Call, I would love to help ~
Unfortunately, if a realtor sends you a "Blank" C.A.R. Form and you use it in a transaction in anyway, it implies that you know how to use the form and if it is used incorrectly, the Realtor/Agent who sent it to you may be held liable in court of law.
Who would you use for Escrow ? Ask your escrow officer and they should be able to supply some "generic" form.
Call me if you have any questions,
Lesley Harris, Realtor
Regardless, good luck with your transaction and congratulations on the sale of your home. Liz
Keller Williams Newport Beach has access to an Attorney on every file we list and we are pro's---Hope that was helpful.
First Team Real Estate