What is the PEAD form released by the California Association of REALTORS®?


To help navigate practicing real estate during challenging times, the California Association of REALTORS® (C.A.R.) has released the Property Entry Advisory and Declaration (PEAD) form that is to be given to and signed by the seller, buyer, agents and anyone else who will be entering the property.

You can access the PEAD form here. (You will need your California Association of REALTORS® login to access the form.)

FAQs

Q: As a listing agent, is the PEAD form mandatory during the COVID-19 viral outbreak?

A: Yes. It is not the MLS’s responsibility to ensure compliance with CAR, DRE, or CDC recommendations. Contact your broker for details.

Q: As a buyer’s agent, do I have to have PEAD forms signed by everyone who will visit a property?

A: Yes. It is not the MLS’s responsibility to ensure compliance with CAR, DRE, or CDC recommendations. Contact your broker for details.

Q: Do I have to use the CRMLS Matrix + Glide integration to process PEAD forms?

A: No. This integration is a benefit CRMLS is offering its users. You may find that using this integration makes the task of completing PEAD forms easier; however, using Glide for PEAD forms is by no means mandatory.


Other PEAD Resources

  1. Learn how Supra and ShowingTimework together to help agents and brokers process PEAD forms to remain compliant.
  2. CRMLS Matrix integrates a Glide linkonto listing results pages, allowing for auto-filled PEAD forms.
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