San Diego Transaction Coordinator Knows the RPA-CA
When you are working with a San Diego Transaction Coordinator or a California Transaction Coordinator, you need to be certain that this individual knows the California Residential Purchase Agreement (RPA-CA) like the back of his (or her) hand. That’s because the entire transaction file is generated pursuant to the terms and conditions of the purchase and sale agreement.
While the bulk of residential transactions managed by a San Diego Transaction Coordinator utilize the California Residential Purchase Agreement, there will be some that will use other purchase and sale agreements available on ZIPform® 6.
No matter what, it is the purchase and sale agreement that dictates the forms to be placed by the San Diego Transaction Coordinator into the transaction-coordinating file.
- Will there be a Seller Property Questionnaire (SPQ)?
- Will there be a Supplemental Statutory Disclosure (SSD)?
- Will the transaction include a home warranty?
- Will the transaction include a termite clearance?
- Will the transaction include a septic tank certification?
These questions and many more are answered with information provided in the purchase and sale agreement. The answers to these questions also help the San Diego Transaction Coordinator to prepare a file that is compliant with the rules and regulations of the California Department of Real Estate.
It is also the very same Residential Purchase Agreement that stipulates time frames for inspections, disclosures, contingency removal, and closing.
It helps to work with a qualified San Diego Transaction Coordinator that understands how to put together a fully compliant transaction file. Not only will this save California real estate agents loads of time, but it will free you up to see more clients and sell more real estate.
So, the next time you are in need of a San Diego Transaction Coordinator, feel free to contact the amazing staff at Transaction 911.