1. This is for a seller's info, I do not believe you, Trulia Naples, is actually selling a home
2. But I could be wrong
Best of Luck
The "rule of thumb" should be that owners disclose everything they are aware of during their ownership. People can encounter serious problems by filtering out what they feel may effect the desirability of the home to future buyers.
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Gulf Coast Realty Network
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In Florida Seller's must disclose any material defect not readily visible to the buyer, like a crack in an exterior wall hidden by a bush. Not only should you respond honestly to buyers' direct questions about the condition of your home, you should readily volunteer any problems, including information regarding:
Malfunctions in the major systems of your home, such as the foundation, plumbing, electrical system, heating and air conditioning, siding, windows, doors, walls and ceilings
Damage to property due to fire, floods, hurricanes, sink holes, etc.
Environmental hazards such as lead-based paint (for homes built before 1978), asbestos, radon gas, contaminated soil or water
Problems with termites and other critters
Work done without building permits, such as wiring an outdoor speaker system yourself, or carpentry or plumbing jobs
Owners of condominiums and properties located in subdivisions must supply the buyer with appropriate CC&Rs (Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions) and bylaws and fees set by the Homeowners Association.
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Kind Regards, Kevin
Kevin Rathburn, Realtor
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