NHD Reports are required by California state law. The purpose of the Natural Hazard Disclosure Report is to let buyers know if the property lies in a hazard zone.

NHD Reports assess a wide array of hazardous risk factors including:

  • Wildfires
  • Flooding
  • Dam Inundation
  • Seismic Activity
  • Earthquake Faults
  • Tsunami
  • Military Ordinances
  • Airport Influence
  • Radon Gas Exposure
  • Toxic Mold
  • Environmental Contamination

Agent Disclosures NHD Reports include:

  • Summary Page
  • Natural Hazard Disclosure Report
  • Federal, State, and Local Determinations and Notices
  • Taxes
  • Special Assessments (Mello-Roos & 1915 Bond Act)


According to California state ordinance, sellers need to provide buyers with the NHD Report at the time of property inspections.

Agent Disclosures sends reports via email. We will notify you when your report is ready.

No. Agent Disclosures accepts payment only when the property sells.


Yes. All Agent Disclosures reports are covered by $10 Million in Errors and Omissions Insurance to cover all parties.

Customers can pay through escrow, check, or through our online payment options.

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