Kansas Real Estate Purchase Agreement

The Kansas residential real estate purchase agreement (“residential real estate sale contract”) outlines the property transferring ownership, the amount of money to be paid to the seller, the manner in which the buyer will produce the compensation, and all other details which clarify the rights and responsibilities of both parties.

Required Seller Disclosures in Kansas

Residential real estate purchase agreements normally contain promises and provisions guaranteeing a property’s condition. In some states, sellers are required to provide additional documentation guaranteeing the property’s condition. While other states require the seller to disclose a specific type of issue on the property—such as a material defect. In Kansas, you will also need to complete the following paperwork in addition to the purchase agreement:

Seller’s Property Condition Disclosure Statement. In Kansas, a full Property Condition Disclosure is required and must contain the following information (Kansas Stat. Ann. 58-30.106):

  • The physical condition of the property
  • Any material defects in the property
  • Any material limitation in the seller’s ability to perform in accordance with the agreement
  • Any material defects in the title to the property
  • Any environmental hazards