Real Estate in Arkansas

The laws regarding disclosure for defects in residential properties during the sale of those properties in Arkansas is a bit different than other states. Sellers themselves are not required to submit any sort of standard form to buyers that would outline defects in the property, but a real estate agent representing the seller would be required to reveal defects to a potential buyer. In Arkansas, there is a history of courts denying buyer claims for compensation due to property defects at the time of purchase, so buyers will want to be sure to get comprehensive property inspections before they sign on the dotted line.

Real estate agents get treated differently under Arkansas laws when it comes to property disclosure. While sellers are not responsible for revealing defects, agents are required to offer as much reasonable information as possible about the property to potential buyers. Agents can also be fined or penalized in other ways if they purposely misrepresent a property to a buyer either in writing, or during a verbal conversation.

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Residential and Commercial Real Estate Agencies and Associations in Arkansas

Arkansas Realtors Association, Inc.
Address: Arkansas Realtors Association, Inc.
11224 Executive Center Drive
Little Rock, AR 72211
Office Phone Number: (501) 225-2020
Toll-Free Number: (888) 333-2206
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Arkansas Real Estate Commission
Address: Arkansas Real Estate Commission
612 South Summit Street
Little Rock, AR 72201
Office Phone Number: (501) 683-8020
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Little Rock Realtors Association
Address: Little Rock Realtors Association
300 Natural Resources Drive
Little Rock, AR 72205
Office Phone Number: (501) 225-1987
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