Get All the Facts About a Home Before You Buy
A Home Disclosure Report provides comprehensive property and neighborhood data that will help you make a better decision about the home you want to buy
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Why get a Home Disclosure report?
Make an informed decision
A home disclosure report will provide you with detailed information that can help you make a more informed decision about the home you’re about to buy.
Negotiate a better deal
The information provided in a Home Disclosure Report can help you analyze a property’s value and negotiate a better home price.
Ensure the safety of your family
Knowing upfront what risks are found in or around the property will help to ensure your family is safe living in the property.
Save time and money
You can spend a lot of time and money putting together a similar report on your own. With a Home Disclosure Report, we check millions of data points to deliver you a detailed report in seconds.
What's in a Home Disclosure Report?
Local Crime Rates
Former Drug Labs
Test Scores by Subject
Student / Teacher Ratio
Hazardous Waste Sites
Building Permits Filed
Who can use a Home Disclosure Report?
Access information before you begin the buying process. Weed out properties that don’t meet your criteria.
Present a Home Disclosure report to potential buyers and make your open house stand out.
Provide your clients with more information about a property and neighborhood, and earn their trust.
Frequently Asked Questions
How is this report different from a Seller’s Disclosure or a Home Inspection?
A seller’s disclosure and a thorough home inspection are two very important steps in the home buying process as they help home buyers uncover issues or repairs that need to be made to a home. It’s typical to get a seller’s disclosure and conduct an inspection after an offer has been made and accepted.
Our Home Disclosure reports are intended to give you information before you start the buying process, so you can weed out properties that don’t meet your criteria well before you make an offer. Also, a Home Disclosure report will include information that may not be disclosed by a home seller and will not be found during an inspection, such as whether the home was a former drug lab, if there are criminal or sex offenders living in the neighborhood, and what (if any) hazardous waste sites are within walking distance of the property.
How recent is the data in a Home Disclosure report?
Our property reports are updated daily, so you’re getting the freshest data available for each report.
Can I get a report for any home in the U.S.?
We have Home Disclosure reports available for over 120,000,000 properties, nearly all the nation’s residential properties. There may be some instances where we can’t provide a Home Disclosure report due to limited reporting coverage in a particular area or if the home is a brand new construction.
How can I contact customer service if I have questions?
Our customer service agents can be contacted Monday – Friday, 8am – 5pm by calling 1-800-692-0465.