Depending upon the transaction, the following disclosures may also be required from a buyer, seller or licensee: AIRPORT NOISE Buyers should investigate the impact of airport flight paths and the noise levels at different times of the day over that property. BUILDING & ZONING CODES The purpose of the building […]Read More
FAQ Category: Residential Disclosure Guide
What else should I know about the Pool Safety and Drowning Disclosure?
Drowning is the leading cause of unintentional injury death in Clark County for children four years of age and under. The majority of drowning deaths occur in the family pool. Preventable mistakes include leaving a child unattended near a body of water in which a child’s nose and mouth can […]Read More
When is the Pool Safety and Drowning Prevention Disclosure due?
The disclosure will be provided to the buyer before the sales agreement is signed by way of the Residential Disclosure Guide in which it is contained. The buyer is advised to visitSNHD’s website:http://www.southernnevadahealthdistrict.org/health-topics/drowning-prevention.php.Read More
Who must provide the Pool Safety and Drowning Disclosure?
The information is provided by the Nevada Real Estate Division (NRED) in agreement with the Southern Nevada Health District (SNHD) to promote SNHD’s efforts to inform the public on drowning prevention.Read More
What is the purpose of the Pool Safety and Drowning Disclosure?
The purpose of the Southern Nevada Health District’s pool safety and drowning prevention disclosure is to make the buyer aware of the risk of death by drowning in private and public pools particularly for children 4 years or younger.Read More
What else should I know about the Lead-Based Paint disclosure?
On the disclosure form, the buyer must acknowledge receipt of the EPA disclosure booklet and copies of lead reports, if available. Additionally, the buyer will receive a 10-day opportunity to conduct a risk assessment or may choose to waive this opportunity.Read More
When is the Lead-Based Paint disclosure due?
The disclosure is on a federally prescribed form and must be made as a condition of the sale before conveyance of the property.Read More
Who must provide the Lead-Based Paint disclosure?
Federal law requires that the seller disclose any known presence of lead-based paint hazards and provide thebuyer with the EPA disclosure booklet, “Protect Your Family From Lead in Your Home,” along with any otheravailable records and/or reports.Read More
What is the purpose of the Lead-Based Paint disclosure?
The purpose of the lead-based paint disclosure is to make the buyer aware that the residential property (if built prior to 1978) may present exposure to lead.Read More
What must the Water & Sewer Rates disclosure contain?
The notice must contain the name, address and telephone number of the public utility and the Division of Consumer Complaint Resolution of the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada.Read More