Covers defense costs and damages for one year after closing. Additional options in some counties.Read More
Talk with our real estate attorneys for pre-closing guidance as well as post-closing legal advice.Read More
Show the buyer the presence or absence of permits – because 20% of post-close problems are related to permit issues.Read More
Congratulations on listing your home!
Now you can protect yourself from the #1 cause of post-closing problems for home sellers – a buyer who discovers unknown and therefore undisclosed defects after the sale.
When dissatisfied buyers pursue legal action, it can cost you tens of thousands of dollars in attorney’s fees and damages – even if you’re not at fault. The average disclosure-related claim typically costs from $10,000 - $20,000.
Disclosure Protection Plan is insurance coverage designed to protect you from the costs of unknown and therefore undisclosed defects after the sale of your primary residence.
Your homeowner’s insurance policy typically doesn’t include coverage for a real estate sale.
Home warranties may cover repair or replacement of appliances and systems, but they don’t cover legal defense costs or pay damages when a buyer makes a claim against you.