Residential Property Condition Disclosure Report
In Connecticut, the seller of a residential property must provide the buyer or their agent a Property Condition Disclosure Report. This is pursuant to Connecticut General Statute § 20-327b, which applies to the sale of 1 to 4 family residential property, including sale of units in a condominium or common interest community. A copy of the Disclosure Report, signed by seller and buyer, must be attached to the purchase contract. A copy of the Property Condition Disclosure Report form can be found on the here:
Some transactions are exempt, and sellers do not have to provide a Property Condition Disclosure in the following situations (list not exhaustive):
- sale of newly constructed residential real property to which statutory warranties apply;
- sales by executors, administrators, trustees or conservators;
- sales by the state or Federal government or government agency; and
- sales of property acquired by deed in lieu of foreclosure or by a judgment of foreclosure.
Failure of the seller to provide a Property Condition Disclosure Report results in a $500 credit to the buyer as a matter of law.