Wildfires in California - New Laws Impacting Real Estate Transactions
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Wildfires in California New Laws Impacting Real Estate Transactions
Join us and learn about the new disclosure laws that impact sellers in high fire hazard zones and so much more, such as!
Defensible Space, Damage Inspection, Home Hardening, Burn Permits, Utility Fire Mitigation, Statutory disclosure that includes information on how to fire harden home AND MORE!
ALSO, DID YOU KNOW?
Beginning January 1, 2020, if a seller, after completion of construction, has obtained a final inspection report regarding compliance with, among other things, home hardening laws…
Beginning January 1, 2021, this law requires for properties located in high or very high fire hazard severity zones for homes built before 2010, delivery of a notice…
Beginning July 1, 2021 seller of property in high or very high fire hazard zones shall provide documentation to the buyer stating that the property is in compliance with laws pertaining to state law defensible spaces (Public Resources Code 4291**)…
On or after July 1, 2025, a list of low-cost retrofits re home hardening (listed pursuant to Section 51189 of the Government Code*). The notice shall disclose which listed retrofits, if any, that have been completed during the time that the seller has owned the property.