My husband, who is also an agent, recently was talking to a neighbor. She was complaining about all of the frogs that invade her back patio that abuts up to the golf course. Her home is near one of the water ponds.
Every day she gets up early to chase the pesky amphibians from her back patio. They have eaten through the drip irrigation system, eaten many of her plants and have made a mess on the patio.
She is thinking of selling her home and wants to know if she has to disclose the frog problem?
The Arizona Residential Sellers's Property Disclosure Statement (SPDS) requires
that sellers need to disclose the following:
Are you aware of or have you observed any of the following on the Property? (Check all that apply): Scorpions. Rabid animals Bee swarms. Rodents. Reptiles. Other: Explain:
How often is the Property serviced or treated for pests, reptiles, insects or animals? Name of service provider: Date of last service:
Frog jokes aside, yes she has to disclose.
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