Leverage leading-edge data and world-class processes to meet required property disclosures
DisclosureSave is a complete natural hazard disclosure report, maintained and supported by a seasoned operations team and delivered by a system designed to save time each step of the way.
A Smarter Natural Hazard Disclosure Solution
We uphold a rigorous maintenance schedule to ensure reports accurately reflect the public record and connect with over 700 city and county municipalities to maintain local disclosures, resulting in consistent hazard data.
With address auto-complete, APN and Seller Name autofill and stored contacts, placing an order has never been easier. Even better, most of our reports ordered during normal business hours are emailed in an average of fifteen minutes or less.
It Offers More
Go beyond standard hazard disclosures with our exclusive mobile product ListingCheck™. View preliminary Flood, Fire, and Seismic Determinations in seconds to preview a hazard risk before a client falls in love with a home!
Looking for more from your NHD report? DisclosureSave includes beneficial property information like the National Fire Protection Association’s (NFPA) Firewise® Communities Program and ListingCheck™ - an instant, preliminary hazard check. Supported by a seasoned sales and support team to guide you when questions arise, DisclosureSave goes beyond the bare minimum by enhancing the value of hazard reports for real estate professionals and their clients.
What Does DisclosureSave Cost?
Residential NHD Report
Silver - $63 (NHD Only)
Gold - $85 (NHD + Tax Assessment)
Platinum - $95 (NHD + Tax Assessment + Environmental)
Commercial NHD Report
Silver - $82 (NHD Only)
Gold - $105 (NHD + Tax Assessment)
Platinum - $120 (NHD + Tax Assessment + Environmental)
DisclosureSave Mobile App
Gain exclusive access to ListingCheck™, a preliminary check of seven, state-level natural hazard disclosures. Agents can utilize the app’s real-time geolocation function to obtain In/Out preliminary hazard disclosures, right at the doorstep of a property!
Free of charge, the DisclosureSave Mobile application is a tool agents can utilize to better serve the clients. Each function is designed to save you time and put the power of our application in the palm of your hand.
ListingCheck: View preliminary results for state-level hazards within seconds.
Natural Hazard Disclosure Reports: Order a complete, compliant NHD report on the run.
Order History: View 90 days of ListingCheck and NHD orders to view or share
Contact: Directly reach your local Account Executive
- Combined Hazard Booklets
- Combined Hazard Booklets – Spanish
- Residential Environmental Hazards: Guide for Homeowners, Homebuyers, Landlords and Tenants
- Residential Environmental Hazards: Guide for Homeowners, Homebuyers, Landlords and Tenants – Spanish
- Homeowners Guide to Earthquake Safety
- Homeowners Guide to Earthquake Safety – Spanish
- Protect Your Family From Lead In Your Home Guide
- Protect Your Family From Lead In Your Home Guide – Spanish
- Home Energy Rating Booklet
- A Brief Guide to Mold, Moisture, and Your Home
- Commercial Property Guide to Earthquake Safety
- Mold Remediation in Schools and Commercial Buildings
- Wood Burning Handbook
- Placer County Wood Stove Statement
- Santa Cruz County Vacation Rental Ordinance
- City of Santa Cruz Residential Rental Inspection Program
- County of San Joaquin Right to Farm Disclosure
- County of Stanislaus Right to Farm Disclosure
Why do you need a Natural Hazard Disclosure Report?
Per California Civil Code 1103, a Natural Hazard Disclosure Statement is required on most residential property transactions. Passed June 1, 1998, Cal. Civ. Code 1103 consolidates new and existing required disclosures into a Natural Hazard Disclosure Statement (NHDS). The purpose of a Natural Hazard Disclosure report is for buyers in California to be aware of any possible natural hazards affecting a property before proceeding with a purchase.
What is included in a DisclosureSave Natural Hazard Disclosure Report?
DisclosureSave NHD includes all State, County and Local City disclosures (where available). Per Sec. 1103 of the California Civil code, every report includes mandated flood, fire and earthquake zones. In addition, local determinations from General Plans: Safety Element issued in the past year and available from local county and city jurisdictions are included.
The report also covers other important disclosures and advisories, to include Airport Influence Area, Former Military Ordnance Sites, Right to Farm, Mining Operations, Williamson Act, Duct Sealing, Tsunami Inundation, Coastal Protection Zones and more.
The Gold and Platinum Reports include a tax section, disclosing the California-mandated “Notice of Special Tax” for Mello Roos Community and “Notice of Special Assessment” for 1915 Bond Act.
The Platinum Report includes an environmental section, listing certain man-made environmental contamination on or near the subject property.
Do you offer Commercial Natural Hazard Reports?
DisclosureSave does provide Commercial NHD Reports- created under the same high standards of quality as our residential reports. It includes all mandatory natural hazard disclosures in a single, easy to read NHD report.
Do you offer Master Subdivision NHD reports?
DisclosureSave offers a Master Subdivision NHD report for $250. In addition, we can process additional parcel NHD reports as needed for $35 per parcel. If you have a large volume of reports needed or want to include tax and environmental disclosures to your subdivision report, please call our customer support team at 877-302-3262 for a custom quote.
Can I cancel my order?
Does the report cover my seller and me against liability?
DisclosureSave offers a Limited Warranty and limited indemnification for the seller, the buyer, their agents, and the Escrow and Transaction Coordinators Full terms and conditions are set forth in the Terms and Conditions section of the NHD report.
How do I order a report?
There are four easy ways to place your order:
- Log on and order with your personal account at disclosuresave.corelogic.com
- Call our Customer Support Line at 877-302-3262
- Email your request to email@example.com
- Call your personal Account Executive with your order information
How do I update escrow information?
Ready to close? Easily update your escrow information in one of two ways. Contact customer support with your new information and they will update the order on your behalf and send the invoice to all parties. If preferred, update the order yourself by logging in your online account, click Order History, look up the report in question and update the escrow information on the Order Review screen.