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You don't need an agent to order a C.L.U.E. Report. You can order it directly from: http://www.disclosure.comFrom what you stated is in regard to a NHD report and that won't disclose what you are asking about if you are referring to the hillside itself. It will tell you if you are in a high file risk area though.
If you want a C.L.U.E. Report which is:
The C.L.U.E.® Risk-Only ReportTM - $19.00Five-year history of insurance claims on the property If you have an agent, the seller is suppose to supply the NHD report and your agent can request the C.L.U.E. Report along with the offer. If you are the seller, your agent should be doing this on auto-pilot... Actually, the C.L.U.E. Report isn't a common report, but I have had it requested a couple of times and one agent ordered it and surprised me when they found an undisclosed item that wasn't disclosed to me (water damage insurance claim).You can gain the same information as the lender or the agents... You just need to know where to go. Most of this information is gained through county and state websites, for free.Remember, it is the sellers responsibility to disclose the taxes on the property, which just so happens to be in the NHD report.
I always thought it was funny how the REO Advisory (C.A.R. Form: REO) says a Bank is Exempt from having to provide a NHD Report (Exemption #1) and then down the form under Requirements (Requirements #2), it states that the Bank is "NOT EXEMPT" from disclosing hazards, i.e., faults, fire, flood, etc...So another words, they are exempt from providing you a NHD, yet they must disclose, basically, what is in a NHD report. Which by the way means at their expense... Right? Hmmm....
The agent should have information on the property as well and knowledge of the neighborhood. If the neighborhood had a history of slippage the agent and the neighbors would be able to tell you this. A Clue Report gives you information ONLY about what has occurred in the home. The Natural Hazard Report will give you information on: FLOOD HAZARD, HIGH FIRE HAZARD SEVERITY ZONE, WILDLAND AREA THAT MAY CONTAIN SUBSTANTIALFOREST FIRE RISKS AND HAZARDS, EARTHQUAKE FAULT ZONE, and SEISMIC HAZARD ZONE which would show landslide potential. Ask the listing agent to give you a copy of the NHD report before you make an offer on the property. The report could be emailed to you. If you would like a Clue Report I can run one for you all I need is your name and the property address. Let me knowJ
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