Miscellaneous Forms

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Miscellaneous Forms Index

Browse the list of Miscellaneous Forms available to Missouri REALTORS® below. Missouri REALTORS® may access current standard forms online though two service providers.

MSC-1000: Property Management Agreement

Last revised 12/31/15
For use by a REALTOR® managing rental property on behalf of an owner. The form provides for fees for management and leasing and a termination fee on the sale of the property.

MSC-1010: Landlord’s Agency Real Estate Rental Listing Contract
Last revised 12/31/15
Establishes a REALTOR® as an agent of the owner of rental property for the purpose of finding a renter. The parties have the option to establish their relationship as either an exclusive and sole agent with exclusive right to lease, or an exclusive agency. The property data information form (MSC-1020) is intended to be attached to the back of the form.

MSC-1010-TB: Transaction Brokerage Real Estate Rental Listing Contract
Last revised 12/31/15
Transaction brokerage version of MSC-1010.

MSC-1020: Property Data Form
Last Revised 12/31/11
For use by a REALTOR® to gather data about the property when taking a listing. The information may be used by the multiple listing service or cooperating brokers.

MSC-1021: Internet Opt-Out Supplement to Listing Contract
Last Revised 12/31/15
This form should be completed for any listing where the Owner does not want the Property and/or its address to be advertised on the Internet.

MSC-1025: Short Sale Supplement to Listing Contract
Last Revised 12/31/15
To be used when the sale of an Owner’s Property will not generate sufficient proceeds to pay in full all outstanding mortgages and/or other lien(s) secured by the Property and will require the written approval of all such lien holder(s). The form authorizes the listing REALTOR® to advertise the Property as a “short sale” or pre- foreclosure property. (See also MSC-1026 and MSC-2015.) "Short Sale" Explanation and Considerations.

MSC-1026: Authorization to Release Information
Last Revised 12/31/15
This form is to be completed and signed by all Owners of a Property who are willing to authorize a lender to disclose and discuss confidential account information regarding the Owner’s loan status and related financial information to and with the agent(s) and broker identified therein, and any title company or escrow agent who may participate in the closing of the sale. Such authorization will be particularly necessary in connection with any “short sale” transaction.

MSC-1030: Listing Contract Change of Status
Last Revised 12/31/15
Allows the Owner of property to amend a listing agreement by changing the listed price, extending the listing agreement, or making other specified changes.

MSC-1035: Buyer/Tenant Agency/Brokerage Contract Change Of Status
Last Revised 12/31/15
Allows the parties to a buyer or tenant agency/brokerage relationship agreement to modify the terms thereof, including but not limited to changing the type of property to be acquired or the duration of the term thereof (including termination, although it does not include a release of any claims by either party).

MSC-1040: Agreement to Withdraw/Modify/Terminate Listing Contract
Last Revised 12/31/15
Terminates a listing agreement between the REALTOR® and Owner of property, either immediately or as of an Effective Date, as referred to in the agreement. It does not contain a release of any claims by either party.

MSC-1080: Buyer’s Exclusive Agency Contract
Last Revised 12/31/15
Establishes an exclusive agency between a REALTOR® and a buyer identified therein. The form allows a Buyer to pay REALTOR® a “Flat Fee” component (which may be contingent or not), in addition to, a commission percentage or specific dollar amount if the Buyer enters into a contract to acquire the type of property described (and REALTOR® is unable to collect a commission from the seller or listing broker), or both types of compensation. MSC-1080 Instructions.

MSC-1080 TB: Transaction Brokerage Buyer’s Exclusive Brokerage Contract
Last Revised 12/31/15
Transaction brokerage version of MSC-1080.
View instructions in the 2016 Forms Instruction Manual

MSC-1085: Buyer’s Non-Exclusive Agency Contract
Last Revised 12/31/15
Similar to MSC-1080, but establishes a non-exclusive (“open”) agency relationship.

MSC-1085 TB: Transaction Brokerage Buyer’s Non-Exclusive Brokerage Contract
Last Revised 12/31/15
Transaction brokerage version of MSC-1085.

MSC-1090: Tenant’s Exclusive Agency Contract
Last Revised 12/31/15
Establishes an exclusive agency between a REALTOR® and a prospective tenant. The tenant must pay the REALTOR® a commission if a lease is entered into by the tenant during the term.

MSC-1090 TB: Transaction Brokerage Tenant’s Exclusive Brokerage Contract
Last Revised 12/31/15
Transaction brokerage version of MSC-1090.

MSC-1100: Authorization to Show Property
Last Revised 12/31/15
Authorizes a REALTOR® to show property for a period not to exceed 30 days. It is to be used when the property is not listed and the owner is not willing to list the property or place it on the market generally, but would consider an offer to buy or lease and is willing to pay a commission. This is not an exclusive listing and the owner is free to deal with other brokers or persons who have not been introduced to the property by the broker named in the agreement. This form does not contemplate cooperating with another broker, or permit advertising or placing signs on the property. 
View instructions in the 2016 Forms Instruction Manual

MSC-2000: Amendment to Contract for Sale of Real Estate
Last Revised 12/31/16
This is an amendment to a sale contract. The parties named in the Contract may amend the date(s) originally set forth therein for obtaining a loan, for closing, for possession or for any other stated contingency.

MSC-2010: Financing Agreements
Last Revised 12/31/16
For use as an addendum to RES-2000, LND-2000, FRM-2000 or COM-2000 when the Contract is to be conditioned upon the buyer’s ability to obtain financing (other than conventional financing, which should be addressed in the main Contract of each of the RES, LND, FRM and COM series forms). Note; this form is generally not applicable to COM-2000 unless a government sponsored loan is involved (See Subpart C of Rider A). It also allows for special additional financing terms to be established. The applicable paragraph(s) should be filled out, since different types of financing call for different contingency language to be attached to this form. For example, when the sale contract is conditioned on the buyer’s obtaining an FHA loan, FHA revised form HUD-92564-CN, which includes statements regarding home inspections, appraisals and radon testing, is to be attached. 
View instructions in the 2016 Forms Instruction Manual


MSC-2010A: Buyer’s Financing Contingency Affidavit: Effective 12/31/16
The “Financing” section (§5) of the Association’s form sale contracts (RES, FRM, LND and COM-2000) provide in part that if a Buyer is unable to obtain a loan on or before the Loan Condition Deadline (and doesn’t have a rejection letter from the lender in hand), that a Buyer can submit a notarized affidavit to that effect (in order to exercise the financing condition and terminate the Contract). MSC-2010A was designed to be used for this purpose (where the Buyer is an individual).


MSC-2010B: Non-Individual Buyer’s Financing Contingency Affidavit: Effective 12/31/16
This alternate form is made available for use in situation where the Buyer is NOT an individual (e.g., if Buyer is a LLC or other entity). An appropriate form of notary jurat must be added. (see e.g., MSC-5000-5060).


MSC-2010C: Seller Financing Disclosures: Effective 12/31/16.
Following adoption of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act (the “Dodd-Frank Act”), Sellers originating a ‘closed-end consumer transaction secured by a dwelling’ (meaning almost all residential loans) must be registered and/or licensed as a mortgage loan originator (or face steep fines and penalties) unless exempt. The exemptions are narrow and limited. There is a “1 Property” exemption and a “3 Property” exemption. Their requirements differ and their permitted applications are not always clear. This form attempts to briefly explain these requirements and potential exemptions. It should be provided to both parties in any transaction involving Seller-financing (or any other non-licensed lender or loan originator) and they should be specifically advised to consult with private counsel for any explanation of applicable legal rights and obligations. You should also never charge a separate fee for providing any services in connection with a seller-financed transaction. Additional information regarding loan originator requirements can be found on the NAR website. MSC-2015: Short Sale Rider: Last revised 12/31/12.

For use as an exhibit to RES-2000, LND-2000, FRM-2000 or COM-2000 when a Contract is to be conditioned upon the approval of the Seller’s lender(s) to accept less than full payment of the mortgage or other secured lien held by it (in exchange for a release of the same). Paragraph 4 calls for delayed commencement of the Buyer’s due diligence time periods to obtain financing, review title and survey, and conduct inspections until the lien holder(s) provide a written “Notice of Acceptance,” and establishes an “Approval Deadline” by which such must be provided.


MSC-2015: Short Sale Rider
Last revised 12/31/12
This Rider is intended for use as an exhibit to RES-2000, LND-2000, FRM-2000 or COM-2000 when the Contract is to be conditional upon the approval of the Seller’s lender(s) to accept less than full payment of the mortgage or other secured lien held by it in exchange for a release of the same. Optional paragraph 4 allows for commencement of the Buyer’s due diligence time periods to obtain financing, review title and survey, and conduct inspections until the lien holder(s) provide a written “Notice of Acceptance,” and also to establish an “Approval Deadline” by which such must be provided.

MSC-2020: Contract Conditions
Last revised 12/31/13
For use as an addendum to RES-2000, LND-2000, FRM-2000 or COM-2000 when the contract is to be conditioned upon the sale of the buyer’s existing property, termination of the seller’s prior sale contract (i.e., a backup contract), an appraisal inspection, or review of farm programs.
View instructions in the 2016 Forms Instruction Manual


MSC-2025: Home Warranty
Effective 1/1/14
Limited warranty/service plan agreements may be available for purchase and can be useful in resolving disputes between parties regarding the condition of a Property following its inspection. This new form is made available for such purpose. Responsibility for payment of its cost (and the particulars of any such plan) should be negotiated between the parties and documented in writing if any such warranty or service agreement is to be obtained. MSC-2025 can also be attached as part of an offer (before the Contract is executed) or used to confirm that the right to purchase a plan has been waived by a buyer.

MSC-2030: Dispute Resolution:
Last revised 12/31/13
For use as an addendum to a sale contract (e.g., RES-2000, COM-2000, FRM- 2000 or LND-2000) where the parties (only) wish to have disputes relating to the physical condition of the real property, including claims of fraud, misrepresentation, warranty and negligence, to be settled by Small Claims Court action, voluntary mediation or binding arbitration according to the Construction Industry Rules of the American Arbitration Association. It does not provide for brokers to submit to such alternate dispute resolution procedures. 
View instructions in the 2016 Forms Instruction Manual


MSC-2035: Rental Property Contract Rider:
Last Revised 12/31/15
This form is to be used in conjunction with sale contract for residential rental properties. Seller agrees to furnish buyer with rental/leasing documents, send notification to tenants, and assign leases to buyer. Also allows Buyer to inspect units of the propety not previously seen by a certain date.

MSC-2040: Counter Offer
Last Revised 12/31/15
This form is to be used as a counter offer to a sale contract (RES-2000, LND-2000, FRM-2000 or COM-2000) or prior counter offer. That is, a changed version of the offer previously submitted. The counter offer must be accepted by a specified time or it is considered withdrawn. A new form should be used for each counter offer submitted. Until a counter offer is accepted by a Counter-Offeree, it may be withdrawn by the Counter-Offeror.
View instructions in the 2016 Forms Instruction Manual

MSC-2041: Authorization to Furnish TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosures
Last Revised 12/31/15
MREC regulations require a real estate broker to review a closing statement to verify accuracy and make sure it contains all material financial aspects of a transaction. Under TRID, many lenders will be hesitant to share the new Closing Disclosure form with anyone but their client/borrower. In attempt to facilitate your ability to get a Closing Disclosure form directly from a lender or other settlement service provider, this one (1) page “stand alone” form provides for the parties’ express written consent to allow you to get a Closing Disclosure Form (and any other TRID documents) directly from any of the closing service providers identified (and their representatives). Learn more by watching this Keeping it Legal video.

MSC-2045: Buyer’s Inspection Authorization
Effective 12/31/15
This form is designed to facilitate and confirm the selection of inspection(s) and responsibility for payment of all costs charged by the applicable service provider(s) identified. It includes a laundry list of various inspections a Buyer may want to consider. It also includes (at Section B) a signature block to evidence a Buyer’s waiver of the right to conduct any inspections.

MSC-2050: Inspection Notice
Last revised 12/31/15
This form is to be used in connection with Section 7 of MAR form sale contracts RES-2000, LND-2000 and FRM-2000. (Note, COM-2050 should be used with COM-2000). Part A of the form is used by the Buyer to notify the Seller that a third-party inspection of the Property has (or has not) revealed unacceptable conditions, and if the Buyer elects to terminate the Contract or pursue further negotiations. Part B of the form is used to notify the Buyer if the Seller agrees (or does not agree) to satisfy either all of the unacceptable items, or only those which are listed, or to a reduction in the Purchase Price in lieu of Seller correcting unacceptable items. Part C of the form is used to indicate whether the Buyer agrees, or does not agree, with the Seller’s previous response, and whether Buyer desires to further negotiate via MSC-2050A.
View instructions in the 2016 Forms Instruction Manual

MSC-2050A: Continuation of Inspection Notice
Last revised 12/31/15
For use when MSC-2050 has run its course without resolution of all items originally objected to, but the Buyer wishes to continue negotiations. The first part of the form is to be used by the Buyer to set forth its new counter proposal. Part D of the form is to be used if the Seller agrees to satisfy either all (or only some) of the items listed in the counter proposal, or to a reduction in the purchase price in lieu of correcting such items. Part E is to be used to indicate if the Buyer agrees, or does not agree, to the Seller’s prior response. Part F is to be used if either the Seller agrees to satisfy by the Closing Date all items originally objected to by the Buyer, or the Seller agrees to waive all of its original objections.
View instructions in the 2016 Forms Instruction Manual

MSC-2055: Title and Survey Notice:
Effective 12/31/11
This form is to be used in connection with Section 6 of MAR form sale contracts RES-2000, LND-2000 and FRM-2000. Part A of the form is used by the Buyer to notify the seller that a title inspection of the Property has revealed unacceptable conditions.  Part B of the form is used by the Buyer to notify the Seller that a Survey of the Propety has revealed unacceptable conditions.  Part C of the form is used to notify the Buyer if the Seller agrees (or does not agree) to satisfy either all of the unacceptable items, or only those which are listed. Part D of the form is used to indicate whether the Buyer agrees, or does not agree, with the Seller’s previous response. 

MSC-2060: Buyer’s Notice to Seller/Seller’s Notice to Buyer/Buyer’s Response Notice to Seller to Waive Condition (Sale of Buyer’s Property)
Last revised 12/31/15
To be used when a sale contract is conditioned on the sale of buyer’s existing property. The first part of the form is to be used to notify a seller that buyer’s existing property has gone under contract. If a seller wants to implement the kick-out clause, in the second part of the form the seller notifies the buyer that the contract will be cancelled in a certain amount of time, unless the condition is waived. In the third part of the form, the buyer may notify the seller that the buyer will waive the condition and complete the purchase.

MSC-2070: Option to Purchase Real Estate
Last revised 6/14/06
For use by a seller to grant an exclusive option to purchase real estate for a specified period of time, in exchange for a non-refundable payment by the buyer.

MSC-2080: Agreement for Possession by Buyer Prior to Closing
Last revised 12/31/15
For use as a rider to a sale contract (e.g., RES- 2000 or FRM-2000) where the Buyer wishes to take possession of the Property prior to closing.

MSC-2085: Limited Purpose Entry by Buyer Prior to Closing
Effective 12/31/15
For use where a Buyer is allowed temporary access to a Seller’s Property for a limited purpose (i.e., other than for actual possession and occupancy, in which case MSC-2080 should be used), such as for storage of personal property.

MSC-2090: Agreement for Possession by Seller After Closing
Last revised 12/31/15
For use as a rider to a sale contract (e.g., RES-2000 or FRM-2000) where the Seller desires to remain in possession of the Property after closing.

MSC-2500: Survey/Elevation Certificate Order Form
Effective 12/31/15
This form is designed to accommodate a selection of the type of survey (with or without improvements located) or “surveyor’s real property report” (or waiver of a Buyer’s right to do so), identification of the company to provide this service and ordering of the same, all as contemplated by Section 6 of the Contract for Sale of Residential Real Estate (RES-2000). This form also allows for the ordering of an “elevation certificate”, which can be important for lakefront and other unique properties.

MSC-2510: Notice of Property Damage
Last revised 12/31/14
For use in connection with Section 9 of MAR form sale contract RES-2000, to assist Seller with providing notice to Buyer if the subject Property has been physically damaged. Seller has the option to restore the Property to its prior condition (as of the Effective Date of the underlying Contract) on or before the scheduled Closing Date. If Seller does not restore the Property and Buyer elects to proceed with the transaction, Buyer will be entitled to all insurance proceeds. If Seller does not restore the Property and Buyer does not wish to proceed with the transaction, Buyer may rescind the underlying Contract with Earnest Money to be returned to Buyer.


MSC-2520: Notice of Taking
Effective 12/31/14.
For use in connection with Section 9 of MAR form sale contract RES-2000, to assist Seller with providing notice to Buyer if the subject Property has been made the subject of or threatened with an eminent domain or condemnation action (a “Taking”). If so, Buyer may elect to either rescind the Contract, or proceed to Closing (and be entitled to all condemnation proceeds and rights).


MSC-2600: Final Walk-Through Form
Effective 12/31/15
This form is designed to accommodate confirming the occurrence and results of the “Final Walk-Through” of a Property as contemplated by Section 17 of the Contract for Sale of Residential Real Estate (RES- 2000). Elections made and any agreements reached between the parties regarding such matters may be set forth in this form.

MSC-4000: Real Estate Transaction Check List
Last revised 12/31/15
Designed to keep track of sale transaction information and documentation in a checklist format. The form includes spaces to fill in regarding the seller, buyer, listing agreement, seller’s disclosure statement, sale contract, financing agreements, title examination, contract contingencies, contract addenda and other information.

MSC-4010: Broker and Salesperson Contract
Last revised 11/18/05
Establishes a salesperson as an independent contractor of a broker. The commission sharing arrangement must be documented separately. This contract may be terminated by either party at any time upon notice to the other party.


MSC-4015: Referral Agreement
Last revised 12/31/14
Designed to allow referral of a client or prospect by one broker to another broker, and to establish the amount of any compensation to be paid to the referring REALTOR® upon closing (or consummation of a lease). It is designed for use only by and between licensed real estate brokers. 
View instructions in the 2016 Forms Instruction Manual

MSC-4020: Cooperation Agreement Between Brokers
Last revised 10/02
Establishes a commission-sharing arrangement between the listing broker and a transaction broker, a sub agent of the listing agent or a buyer’s agent on a particular listing. The form also authorizes the selling agent to show the listed property.
MSC-4030: Closing Work Sheet and Cash Reconciliation Statement
Last revised 12/31/15
For use by a broker to keep track of the charges to buyer and seller and the credits due buyer and seller at a closing.

MSC-4035: Prospective Purchaser Form
Last revised 12/31/16
For use to inform the Owner of listed property that the Broker has submitted the property to a prospective purchaser and that, in the event the prospective purchaser contacts the Owner, the Owner should refer him or her to the Broker.

MSC-4040: Note
Last revised 8/02
This is a promissory note. The party signing it agrees to pay a principal amount along with interest on the terms stated in the note. The note is intended to be secured by a deed of trust on real property.

MSC-4050: Mutual Release
Last revised 12/31/16
For use when a buyer and seller have entered into a sale contract and wish to terminate it, mutually release each other from all clams, and disburse the earnest money deposit. The parties state on the form how the earnest money is to be distributed.

MSC-4060: Prospective Buyer’s Service Record
Last revised 12/31/15
For use by a broker to keep track of information on a prospective buyer such as style of house, price range and loan type preferred. In addition, the form contains a chart to be filled in to keep a record of properties shown to the prospective buyer.

MSC-4070: Mortgage Verification Letter
Last revised 12/31/15
For use by a seller to request information from his mortgage lender regarding an existing loan on the property.
Notary Acknowledgement Forms:
A notary is a person who is authorized to administer oaths and affirmations, and certify documents as true copies. Chapter 486 of the Missouri statutes governs notary requirements and establishes there powers and duties. In addition to establishing evidentiary proof of the authenticity of a signature, in order to be accepted for filing and recording, documents (such as a SNDA) must generally be notarized.  Since there are different types of signators (e.g., individuals, corporations, partnerships, limited liability companies) the following different types of notary forms have been made available.


MSC-5000:  Form of Acknowledgment for Individual Signatory/ies:  Effective 12/31/12.

MSC-5010:  Form of Acknowledgment for Individual Signatory/ies Acting by Attorney:  Effective 12/31/12.

MSC-5020:  Form of Acknowledgment for Corporate Signatory (with Seal):  Effective 12/31/12.

MSC-5030:  Form of Acknowledgment for Corporate Signatory (without Seal):  Effective 12/31/12.

MSC-5040:  Form of Acknowledgment for Partnership Signatory:  Effective 12/31/12.

MSC-5050:  Form of Acknowledgment for Limited Liability Company Signatory:  Effective 12/31/12.

MSC-5060:  Form of Acknowledgment for Public Officer Signatory:  Effective 12/31/12.