Every month, I receive questions about real estate from buyers, sellers, and people who are just curious. I am always happy to answer them. If I publish your question, I’ll send you a gift card for Perry’s Steak House as my way of saying thanks for asking me. Call 281-599-6575, or visit DaleRoss.com and click on ‘Contact me.’ This month’s question is posed by Mary L. Thank you, Mary! Enjoy your steak!
Q: What is a C.L.U.E. insurance homeowners insurance report?
A: Hi Mary,
A C.L.U.E. (Comprehensive Loss Underwriting Exchange) report is a report I recommend my clients obtain before buying a home. This report outlines historical major insurance claims paid out on a property. Recent major insurance claims paid out on a property could make it more difficult to impossible to obtain a new insurance policy or could create a situation in which a policy could cost substantially more than normal.
Until next month,
Dale Ross, The Home Marketing Expert
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