What is a natural hazard disclosure and at what time in the process of buying a home would that information be available to potential buyers?

Asked by K. Salinas, 94015 Sat Jul 10, 2010

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Pacita Dimac…, Agent, Oakland, CA
Thu Jul 15, 2010
This is one of the easiest reports to provide with the disclosure pacakge that you can either request before writing an offer, or immediately upon acceptance.

The natural hazard report, can provide information
flood areas
high fire risk area
liquefaction factor
geological area
Sex offender area
Mello Roos for special assessments
Airport noise
Commercial
Land conservation
Protected habitat
Leaking underground storage tanks


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Bob Georgiou, Agent, Danville, CA
Mon Jul 12, 2010
The NHD is a disclosure provided from sellers to buyers disclosing long term hazards resuling from natural occurrences such as earthquakes, flood innundation, wildfire hazard, etc. It is provided in the timeline specified in the contract that establishes seller timelines.
Web Reference:  http://bob2sell.com
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