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Ordering a report on a property that you own, which is not your primary address?

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C.L.U.E.® Home Seller's Disclosure Report

Real Estate Agents - Ask the property seller for a C.L.U.E.® Home Seller's Disclosure Report!

Providing information to a potential buyer that makes the home you are selling more attractive is to your advantage. More and 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.

Buyers and real estate agents can't obtain C.L.U.E.® Home Seller's Disclosure Reports directly, so please ask the property owner to obtain the report by directing them to http://personalreports.lexisnexis.com/. There, the home seller can obtain a Home Seller's Disclosure Report, providing a five year insurance loss history for a given address, without divulging personal and private information about the home seller. If the report for the property indicates that insurance losses have not occurred within the past five years, the 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.