HOME INSPECTION DISCLOSURE
RE: HOME INSPECTION DISCLOSURE
Brokers who refer home inspectors could be liable to the buyer for damage caused by a negligent
If the broker has a list of home inspectors that it refers, then assure that those inspectors are (1) a
member of either ASHI or CREIA and (2) have Errors & Omissions Insurance.
Consider the following language for your Home Inspection Disclosure which buyer should sign
and which should become part of the transaction file:
“Buyer is responsible for selecting a home inspector. Buyer may choose any home
inspector and is not limited to an inspector referred by broker. Buyer is strongly advised
to conduct due diligence as Buyer deems necessary prior to choosing a home inspector.
It is Buyer’s responsibility to assure that his/her home inspector has adequate errors
& omissions insurance.
Broker does not endorse or recommend any particular home inspector or home inspection
service. Broker does not guarantee the work of any particular home inspector or home
inspection service. Broker makes no representation or warranty that any particular home
inspector or home inspection service will perform competently.
I, (Buyer), acknowledge receipt of this disclosure and understand its importance.
Date: _______ _ Sign: __________ “