For pre-1978 home on the market, potential home buyers need to know about Lead paint presence, condition, and potential hazards of their future home.
You have a ten-day window to have Property tested for Lead before being purchased. Not just paint, but lead contaminated soil and interior surfaces or lead in water can harm your family.
Planning on doing some remodeling? Know if lead is going to impact your budget or your health. Review the Contractor tab for dangers from using unsafe lead methods.
If you are dealing with any property that is Federally funded, your Bank or local government must comply with all HUD and EPA requirements.
We can also give you sound advice, techniques, and recommendations on how to keep your home and family Lead safe.
As a Property Manager or a Landlord, you must disclose to tenants before they move in about any potential or existing Lead hazards and have them sign a real estate disclosure that they have been informed. This must be kept on file and renewed every three years.
If any Contractors, property management staff, or even you as the Landlord are doing any type or Repairs, Remodeling or Painting (RRP), you must follow all of the US EPA RRP rules or face $37,500 fines. The Rules require the person to have training, work Lead safe, provide notifications to all tenants
including disclosure signatures, have sealed work areas, and do clearance testing.