What Buyers and Sellers Need to Know about Radon
Testing and Mitigation During Real-Estate Transactions
Consumers are becoming more aware of the hazards of radon and considering the implications of elevated radon levels before they buy or sell a home. Radon does not need to delay or prohibit a real estate transaction, but a home’s radon level is information all parties should know, and radon problems can be easily fixed! Because real estate sales happen quickly, there is often little time to deal with radon and other issues. The best thing to do is to test for radon now and save the results. In most instances, radon testing and mitigation are not mandatory, however, radon test results are subject to real estate disclosure laws.
Sellers: Disclosures and Radon Mitigation
If you're the seller of a property with radon issues, here's what you need to know:
Buyers: Inspection, Testing, and Radon Mitigation
If you're the buyer of a property with potentially high radon levels, here's what you need to know:
If you're already thinking ahead to the interior paint scheme and you didn't consider radon during your home inspection, know that Manus Mitigation, Inc. PBC can quickly and accurately determine the