First American Natural Hazard Disclosures Now Offers Proprietary Tax Disclosure Reports

January 28, 2008

IRVINE, Calif., First American Natural Hazard Disclosures (FANHD) has launched the FANHD California Property Tax Disclosure Report(TM), creating a cost-effective choice for real estate professionals and their clients.

A property tax disclosure report is used to alert homebuyers to current and future taxes, fees and assessments that will be imposed on a property. This type of information can prevent unnecessary surprises in the home-buying process. Much of the information is also required to be disclosed by California law.

FANHD recently invested in acquiring and further developing its own tax information database as a way to offer customers more choices in the marketplace. FANHD's new tax disclosure report provides an additional resource for California's real estate professionals and competitive prices for homebuyers and sellers.

"First American's tax disclosure report provides multiple benefits to real estate professionals and their clients," says Gino Blefari, president and chief executive officer of Intero Real Estate Services. "The reports provide excellent liability protection for consumers and assist the industry in keeping prices competitive, which is always in the best interest of the consumer."

Source: The First American Corporation


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