New Hampshire Real Estate ONLY Power of Attorney Form

The New Hampshire real estate only power of attorney form is a document that would be utilized by the Principal to designate an Agent to oversee the refinancing, management, sale, purchase, completion of transactions or any other needs requested of the Principal with regard to their real property. This document will not allow any Agent to make health care decisions for the Principal. nor will there be any permission granted for making any decisions with regard to money or finances.

The Agent must oversee the property with the intention of  managing all of the property as if the Principal were available to conduct their own business while making their own decisions.

All parties must only sign this document with a Notary Public present. This document may be revoked as the Principal wishes or feels the necessity to do so, by placing notice into writing and delivering the notice to the appointed Agent.

How to Write

Step 1 – The Parties – Provide the following

  • The Principal’s Name
  • The Principal’s Address
  • City
  • State
  • AND
  • The Agent’s Name
  • The Agent’s Physical Address
  • City
  • State

Step 2 – Article I. Assignment of Authority – The Principal select one or more of the following powers. Intial and check the selections the Principal would wish to assign to the Agent:

  • Sale of Real Estate
  • Purchase of Real Estate
  • Management of Real Estate
  • Refinancing

Step 3 – Article III. Term – In this section there must be an establishment of the term of the document. Select and initial, only one, of the options from the following selections:

  • The Principal may select from a commencement and expiration date
  • Non-Durable – This option would make the dated form immediately available to the Agent. The powers would only terminate upon the incapacity or death of the Principal or revocation of the document by the Principal
  • A Durable option, would make the document immediately available to the Agent. This option shall only terminate should the Principal choose to revoke all powers to the Agent, or due to death

Step 4 – Article VI. Revocation and Signatures – Signatures must only be entered while in the presence of a state licensed Notary Public. Enter the following information:

  • Enter the date of the signatures in mm/dd/yyyy format
  • The Principal’s Signature
  • Principal’s printed name
  • AND
  • Submit the Agent’s Signature
  • Enter the Agent’s printed name
  • AND

Witness Information –

  • The witnesses must carefull read the paragraphs
  • Submit the witnesses printed names
  • Provide the witnesses signatures
  • Print the witnesses names

Step 5 – Notarization –

The Notary Public, shall record the identification information for all of the signatories. Once the signatures have been entered, the Notary will complete the remainder of the form with the Notary’s information in acknowledgement of the completed document

Step 6 – Agent’s Acceptance –

  • The Agents must review the statement
  • Submit the Agent’s Signatures
  • Submit the Agent(s) printed names