If I am using a trust advisory form, do I also need to initial and sign the Statewide Buyer and Seller Advisory form?

Asked by Mike, San Luis Obispo, CA Wed Jun 29, 2011

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Matthew Bart…, Agent, Glendora, CA
Thu Jun 30, 2011
Hello Mike,

Yes, you need to initial and sign the SBSA as well. Even thou the terms listed in the SBSA are also listed in the standard California Residential Purchase Agreement. You need to complete the SBSA. I hope this answers your question. Good luck!

Warmest regards,

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