The Seller Disclosure Statement pictured here needs to be filled out entirely by all home sellers, and must be available for buyer review at the time your home is listed for sale. It has been my experience that the more you disclose about your experiences while living in your home, the better it is from the standpoint of buyer confidence. At the same time, I should mention that you are asked to respond to the questions only “to the best of your knowledge”, which means you are not asked to relay information based on your best guesses. If you don’t know something or haven’t experienced something, then you are not obliged to discuss it. This document, along with any previous Seller Disclosure copies (if available) and any municipal inspection report should be displayed in your home when marketing begins.