New Hampshire Residential Real Estate Purchase and Sale Agreement
The purchase agreement in New Hampshire is an official document that facilitates the transfer of residential property from one party to another. This document should contain important details such as the final sales price, the amount of earnest money deposit, the closing date, and any other provisions that the seller and buy may want to include. Once both the seller and the buyer agree to the terms and conditions outlined in the document, they can sign it to establish a legally binding contract.
Lead-Based Paint Disclosure – Landlords must tell tenants for pre-1978 residences.
Healthy Homes and Lead Poisoning Prevention Program Disclosure (HHLPPP) – EFFECTIVE JULY 2024
Source: RSA 130-A:5-d