Exclusive! CRES Natural Hazard Disclosure (NHD) Reports
A house, street, and neighborhood may look great, but there could be hidden hazards that bring added danger or costs. These can include flood, earthquake, wildfire and other risks.
A Natural Hazard Disclosure can bring more certainty to the potential exposures beneath and around the home — things everyone should know before making one of their largest investments. In addition to flood, fire, and earthquake zone disclosures, the Natural Hazard Disclosure Reports can also disclose special assessments or other added fees (depending on availability).
Natural Hazard Disclosures are required in California
– and now recommended nationwide
These NHD reports are required to be furnished by the seller to the buyers on residential transactions in California, and now we can provide them to buyers in 48 states (unavailable in AK and HI).
We’ve partnered with The Disclosure Report and MyNHD to make these NHD reports more easily accessible. When you purchase a NHD report on behalf of your seller and provide the report to a buyer before closing, the NHD will include the $25,000 Seller’s Protection Plan (or Seller’s E&O) when the licensee has CRES E&O.
• Seller’s Protection Plan protects your sellers for 180 days after the sale of their primary residence should a buyer be unhappy about the way something was or wasn’t disclosed.
CRES NHD powered by MyNHD (Available in California and all states, except Alaska and Hawaii) includes $25,000 of Sellers E&O insurance to give to your seller when you or your real estate company is insured with CRES E&O.
The Disclosure Report (for California) includes $25,000 of Sellers E&O insurance when the seller’s real estate company is insured with CRES Errors and Omissions insurance.
You can review a sample report from both companies or purchase a NHD using the links below.