Real Hazards Incorporated: real hazards, real disclosures

Real Hazards Incorporated No Longer Providing Hazard Disclosure Reports.

Because of the downturn in the Real Estate Market over the last three years, Real Hazards is discontinuing Natural Hazard Disclosure Reports, Flood Determinations and Environmental Reports.

We are shutting down our research and Hazard Disclosure Reporting end of our business and focusing on the informational and support area of our business.

Those of you who have come to rely on the following documents on our web-site will still be be able to access them at our Real Estate Disclosure Page.

If you are selling a home in California, you
or your real estate agent must disclose to the prospective buyer a:

Natural Hazard Disclosure Statement (NHDS)

If the real property lies within one or more of six statutorily specified areas:

Additional Disclosures:

Reminder: It is in your best interest to disclose early.

There is a three-day rescission period during which buyers have the right to terminate an offer if the Natural Hazard Disclosure Report is delivered after presentation of the offer.

Standard Flood Hazard Determination (SFHD)

A Flood Zone Determination satisfys the National Flood Insurance Act of 1968 and the two subsequent laws, the Flood Disaster Protection Act of 1973 and the National Flood Insurance Reform Act of 1994.

When looking for a Flood Zone Determination provider, you want them to answer yes to the relevant questions in the Flood Insurance Compliance Monitoring Checklist provided by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC):

What is a Special Flood Hazard Area (SFHA)?

For more information about the mandatory purchase of flood insurance requirements, and other related topics, read the Mandatory Purchase of Flood Insurance Guidelines.


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California: 310-237-5437
Washington: 425-939-7887
Toll Free: 866-802-2864
Fax: 310-295-9411

If you are selling a home in California that was built before 1960, You are required to fill out a Residential Earthquake Hazards Report


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