C.L.U.E. Home Seller's Disclosure Reports

Uncover insurance loss histories on properties

C.L.U.E. Home Seller's Disclosure Reports provide a five-year insurance loss history for a given address, without divulging personal and private information about a property owner. If the report for your property indicates that you have not sustained an insurance loss within the past five years, a buyer can feel comfortable that insurance loss history of the property should not impact the availability or pricing of homeowners insurance. This may give your home an advantage over one where the insurance loss history is not known.

For Home Owners:
More homebuyers are requiring home sellers to provide a C.L.U.E. Home Seller's Disclosure Report as a contingency to a purchase offer. By ordering the C.L.U.E. Home Seller's Disclosure Report at the time of listing, the smart seller and his/her agent are ready for the first potential buyer to walk in the door. At the same time, a potential buyer will achieve a greater comfort level when making an offer on a property for which the loss history is known.

For Real Estate Agents:
Providing information to a potential buyer that makes the home you are selling more attractive is to your advantage. More homebuyers are requiring home sellers to provide a C.L.U.E. Home Seller's Disclosure Report as a contingency to a purchase offer. By ordering the C.L.U.E. Home Seller's Disclosure Report at the time of listing, the smart seller and his/her agent are ready for the first potential buyer to walk in the door. At the same time, a potential buyer will achieve a greater comfort level when making an offer on a property for which the loss history is known.

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C.L.U.E. Home Seller's Disclosure Reports is a consumer reporting agency product provided by LexisNexis Risk Solutions and is fully compliant with the Fair Credit Reporting Act, 15 U.S.C. 1681, et seq.

Due to the nature of the origin of public record information, the public records and commercially available data sources used in reports may contain errors. Source data is sometimes reported or entered inaccurately, processed poorly or incorrectly, and is generally not free from defect. This product or service aggregates and reports data, as provided by the public records and commercially available data sources, and is not the source of the data, nor is it a comprehensive compilation of the data. Before relying on any data, it should be independently verified.

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