Flood Insurance for REALTORS

Flooding is considered a material fact to a real estate transaction, and failure to disclosure flood damage can result in liability.

About The Class

Flooding is the most common and costly natural disaster in the U.S., and it can impact your business as a real estate professional. Flooding is considered a material fact to a real estate transaction, and failure to disclosure flood damage can result in liability.

Brokers and agents generally owe buyers a duty to disclose adverse material features, conditions, or aspects of property of which they have actual knowledge. Brokers and agents are not, however, generally required to investigate independently whether a property is in a flood zone or otherwise in an area likely to be subject to flooding or flood risks.

In general, a broker or agent must disclose the following facts when they have actual knowledge.

1 HR REALTOR ELECTIVE CE
TREC Education Provider License # 9969 | Course # 41694

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