AAR Introduces Five New Forms

by Scott Drucker on February 1, 2013



New FormsIt’s the first of February and AAR is celebrating by giving you five updated forms. To view these, and all other updated forms, you can find them on AAR’s newly redesigned site. Just visit the Manage Risk page and click on the Sample Forms section.

Here’s a rundown of what’s new for February 2013:

Application for Occupancy

Buyer Pre-Closing Walkthrough

Loan Status Update

Pre-Qualification Form

Vacant Land/Lot Purchase Contract

Find out more.

AAR’s Forms Committee created some great information to accompany the Buyer Pre-Closing and Vacant Land/Lot Purchase Contract forms. You can also find them in the Manage Risk section under Legal Articles. Or by clicking on the links below:

Buyer Pre-Closing Walkthrough:

Last Look: Buyer Pre-Closing Walkthrough & FAQs

Vacant Land/Lot Purchase Contract:

Article: Your Guide to the 2013 Vacant Land/Lot Purchase Contract

FAQs on the Vacant Land/Lot Purchase Contract

Can’t log in?

If you’re having trouble logging in to AAR’s new site, it might be because you need to reset your password. You’ll need your NRDS ID Number or the email NAR has on file for you. If you’re still having issues, please email contact@aaronline.com.

 

 

 

 


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Scott Drucker

Scott M. Drucker, Esq. is General Counsel to the Arizona Association of REALTORS® (AAR). He serves as the primary legal advisor to the association. Scott oversees AAR’s Risk Management Committee, which includes professional standards administration for twenty of the state’s local REALTOR® associations, and the development of standard real estate forms. Please note that this post is of a general nature and may not be updated or revised for accuracy as statutes and case law change following the date of first publication. Further, this post reflects only the opinion of the author, is not intended as definitive legal advice and you should not act upon it without seeking independent legal counsel.

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