This website will tell you all about Mold.
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Accredited Buyer Representative
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William Raveis Legends Realty Group
But never be scared, that blue or black stuff in your bathrooms and kitchens is most likely mold and dirt, all properties have mold and usually start building up in wet places like bathrooms, kitchens, etc, it is nature's way of recycling. Drying is the cheapest UN-SCARY way to preserve in a healthy way. How you clean it? the same way you clean wet places, bathrooms, kitchens, and decay by yourself or by hiring help.
Broker Marlon Vite C 201.321.1469
Yes, absolutely. If an agent knows of a mold condition, the disclosure must reference it. If the seller objects or does not want to, then the agent must reject listing the property.
Century 21 Joe Tekula Realtors
201 Route 10 East
Succasunna, NJ 07876
Phone (direct): (973) 584-4235
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If you suspect mold in a home you want to purchase, mold remediation estimates are free. Air testing is not free, but it might ease your mind.
affecting the value of the property. Over the years, the courts and legislature have expanded the affirmative
duties imposed upon real estate professionals to disclose conditions that could adversely affect the value
of a property or impact a reasonable buyerâ€™s decision to purchase a property. It has long been the rule that any known material defects in a property must be disclosed by the broker to prospective purchasers. So, for
example, if the broker is aware that a property has a water problem or is infested with termites, such
information must be disclosed. Real estate professionals will be subject to liability if they fail to disclose a known material defect to a buyer if the condition is not readily observable to the buyer.
Nancy Sheehan Realtor GRI BSBA
Remax Premier Realty
13940 Hwy. 441/27 Bldg.800
Lady Lake Fl. 32159
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