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Home Selling in Belmont : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Jan 29, 2014
Kevin Sheehan answered:
Any of the other owners who are trustees can sign the 6D. Your real estate attorney should have a blank form. Make sure you provide the closing attorney an original with an original signature. Good luck! (And stay close to your attorney on this process for more guidance.) ... more
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Tue Mar 9, 2010
Heidi Zizza answered:
In a 2 unit building they probably only have the Master Deed. Go to and you can look it up by the address.
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Sat May 31, 2008
Mr. Melby answered:
No, you do not need to delead before selling. I am assuming that your home was built before 1978, the year lead paint was outlawed. If after 1978, you can assume there is no lead paint. When you list your home with an agency, you must complete the Property Transfer Notification Certification form. If there has ever been a lead test and/or if you have any documentation of lead status, you must disclose that on the form and provide the potential buyer with any documentation. On the form, you disclose your understanding of the lead status. If you are not sure, you indicate that. If you know, you must disclose that. The potential buyer reviews this form PRIOR to making an offer and decides whether they want to make an offer or not. You, as the seller, simply disclose truthfully. The buyer decides whether they want to buy. You do not have to delead the home before selling it (unless you have one or more children under the age of six and know it has lead; then you had 90 days after buying it to dealead or get it under "interim compliance.") ... more
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