NHD Red Flags: Recognizing the Risks of Non-Regulation, Greater San Diego Association of REALTORS®, Thursday, 11. October 2018

Beginning March 1, 1998, the sellers of many residential properties must give prospective buyers a "Natural Hazard Disclosure Statement." Repeated floods, fires, and earthquakes, plus the increasing ability to map the areas susceptible to natural disasters, prompted state legislators to mandate sellers to tell buyers more about the condition of the homes they might hazards aren’t just a problem for real estate buyers and sellers; navigating the disclosure process can be full of pitfalls for REALTORS® as : Chuck PiroLive Classes:April 12, 2018 at Kearny Mesa Service Center: 1:00pm - 2:30pmOctober 11, 2018 at Kearny Mesa Service Center: 1:00pm - 2:30pm

Refund/Cancellation PolicyReservations for programs requiring payment will not be processed until payment is received. If you must cancel your reservation, a maximum refund of 85% of the program cost will be issued if the cancellation is received in writing three days prior to the course date. A non-refundable 15% of the program cost will be assessed for processing fees. GSDAR reserves the right to cancel or reschedule any program. If cancellation occurs, GSDAR will issue a full refund. In the event of rescheduling, GSDAR will send immediate notification and transfer all reservations (including payments) to the new date.

Thursday, 11. October 2018, Greater San Diego Association of REALTORS®, NHD Red Flags: Recognizing the Risks of Non-Regulation

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