YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO KNOW:
• If the property is located in an incorporated city or unincorporated part of the county.
• If title insurance is available and if fire insurance can be acquired.
• If you have fire and police protection and, if so, who provides this service.
• If your roads provide access for fire protection and police service
• If the roads are maintained, and by whom.
• If utilities are available, and who provides them. (Water, Electric, Gas, Sewer, Trash)
• If your water supply is adequate.
• If the jurisdiction the property is located in has conservation restrictions and policies.
• If your property is located in a school district, and the distance to the closest schools.
• If there are any natural or geological hazards, pests or wildlife.
• If there are essential services near your property such as grocery and medical services.
• If there is crime in your area and the crime rate.
• If there is a Seller's Property Disclosure Statement or an Arizona Subdivision Public Report. You have the right to review these documents before you purchase property.
*excerpted from the Arizona Home Buyers' and Renters' Bill of Rights - ADRE doc.