Real estate agents have an obligations to buyers and sellers and are required by law to provide a diligent visual inspection of a property. The AVID is the form provided by CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS for agents to notify clients of any findings. Learn more about the AVID.
The Disclosure Information Advisory explains to the seller what they are required to disclose on the Transfer Disclosure Statement and Seller Property Questionnaire. The CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS provided advisory, also lays out why certain sellers are exempt from making all disclsoures. Learn more about the DIA.
Usually accompanied with the NHD report, the Earthquake Hazards Report is completed by the seller and discloses information about the property’s earthquake related features. The Offer To Close transaction management platform makes it fast and simple to complete the Earthquake Hazards Report.
The state of California requires sellers disclose information related to a property’s location relative to natural hazard zones like earthquake faults, fire zones, flood zones, and more. With our partnership with SnapNHD, you can order and receive your NHD report in minutes. Learn more about the NHD report.
Sellers of residential real estate (up to four units) are required, by California law, to disclose material facts that can influence the buyer’s decision to buy the property such as damage, repairs, or existing problems with a property. Learn more about the SPQ.
With very few exceptions, every property in California law requires sellers to complete the Transfer Disclosure Statement. Our platform has a step-by-step question and answer flow making it simple and easy to complete the TDS. Learn more about the TDS
All homes, with few exceptions, in California are required to have a carbon monoxide detector installen and any home built before 1994 is required to have water-conserving plumbing fixtures installed. Sharing this notice with all parties is as simple as a click of a button. Review and share the WCMD.
The most alarming problem in real estate today is the amount of wire fraud occurring. The Wire Fraud Advisory provides a list of best practices to avoid becoming the next victim. Learn more about the Wire Fraud Advisory (WFA).