The new reports highlight the current value of the home and any citations that would indicate that a home buyer would have to make costly repairs if they bought the property.
Miami, FL (PRWEB) May 20, 2013
HomeValue.us.org has redone their property record reports to make it easier for customers to avoid the most common real estate scams.
“This is the home buying season,” a company spokesman said. “And we know that this is the time of year when scam artists target people looking to buy a new home. So it made sense for us to update our reports now.”
With rising real estate prices, scam artists often try to overprice a home they are selling, sell vacant land that can't be built on or lie about whether or not a home is up to code, he said.
“People want to buy now before prices go up even more,” the spokesman said. “Scam artists understand this and try to get people to rush through to closing without checking anything out. We hope to put a stop to that.”
The new reports highlight the current value of the home and any citations that would indicate that a home buyer would have to make costly repairs if they bought the property, he said.
“The new focus is to have the scam busting information up front in as easy to read manner as possible,” he said. “That way, people will know right away if a seller is trying to scam them.”
The updated reports are available as of this week, he said.
“We got them out as quickly as possible,” he said. “We don't want any of our customers to become scam victims.”
HomeValue.us.org is a public records database that specializes in providing home and property reports to consumers in the United States. Find out information such as the market value, residential foreclosures, neighborhood amenities, previous owners, and more. Visit HomeValue.us.org today to speak with a live representative, call 1-866-434-4253, or email Manager(at)HomeValue(dot)us(dot)org with any questions or concerns.