what is the national hazard disclosure?

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What is the National Hazard Disclosure And Why Is It Important

Whether you’re a first-time Buyer or experienced or even a seasoned investor. You will need to order a National Hazard Disclosure Report as early as possible in the transaction to be aware beforehand what you’re getting into

This is a mandatory report of a parcel-specific disclosures that shows the statutory natural hazard zones of a particular parcel of land (vacant or developed). It is a requirement for all California home sale transactions. Within the disclosure report you will be able to find out if the property or land you are about to purchase is on an environmental contamination site.

Be sure to let you agent adjust contingencies in order to get the NHD report within a safe period on the transaction timeline.

The National Hazard Disclosure Report Consists of:

  • A Special Flood Hazard Area
  • Dam Inundation
  • Very High Fire
  • Wildland fire
  • Earthquake fault zone
  • Seismic hazard
  • Radon Gas exposure
  • Airport influence area
  • Megan’s Law disclosures
  • Military ordinance

Make Sure You Get The Accurate California NHD Report

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