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Some states require Landlords to disclose if a Rental Unit is located in a flood plain or an area at risk of flooding. In addition, if a Rental Unit has flooded in the past, most Landlords choose to disclose that to Tenants.
This general Flood Disclosure is easy to customize to meet your Rental Units needs or to comply with your state’s disclosure requirements.
Document Last Modified: 9/6/2022
Regardless, it’s a good practice to disclose information, remind Tenants that your insurance does not cover their possessions, and encourage them to get renters insurance and/or flood insurance.
Our General Flood Disclosure is EZ to customize to include relevant information about the flood risk, actual knowledge of flood hazards that the Landlord has, and steps the Tenant should take to mitigate flood risks.
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