If You Own a Home and are Not Planning a Move
If You Own a Home and are Not Planning a Move you owe it to yourself, and your family to know what the Radon levels are in your home. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), The Commonwealth of Massachusetts, and the State of Rhode Island have determined that any Radon level meeting or exceeding a reading of 4 Pico curries per liter of air (pCi/L) in living areas is cause for action.
If You Are Selling Your Home
If You Are Selling Your Home and have accepted an offer, or you have executed a Purchase and Sales Agreement, your home must be available for inspection by the buyer. In addition to inspecting the interior and exterior of the property, the homebuyer will likely conduct a Radon Test. If the levels meet or exceed 4 Pico curries per liter (pCi/L) of air it is likely the prospective homeowner will contact you.
If You Are Purchasing a Home
If You Are Purchasing a Home and your offer has been accepted or a Purchase and Sales Agreement is executed, you will want to conduct a full inspection of the home. The inspection generally covers over 100-points from the foundation to the roof and all areas in between. You will want to make sure your Home Inspector provides you with a Radon Test kit.
If You Are a Real Estate Professional
If You Are A Real Estate Professional educating your clients about Radon and its health effects brings value added knowledge to your buyers and sellers enabling you to strengthen your relationships with them. Building and maintaining trust during the purchase and sale of ones home is your value proposition.