California Real Estate (Property) Power of Attorney Form

The California Real Estate (Property) Power of Attorney can be completed by a party known as the Principal so that they may organize for an Agent to take charge of their real estate concerns. The main actions which may be performed by the Agent for the Principal include the following property-related tasks:

  • Selling,
  • Refinancing, and
  • Property management.

State Laws & Signing Requirements

State Laws – Powers of Attorney

Signing Requirements (Division 4.5, Ch.2, § 4121) – Valid execution of a California Real Estate (Property) Power of Attorney necessitates that the Principal’s signature is witnessed by two (2) witnesses or the form is acknowledged by a Notary Public.