1. Am I required to give the EPA pamphlet "Protect Your Family From Lead in Your Home" to existing tenants?
2. Are mortgage lenders liable under these rules if the seller or lessor fails to disclose?
3. As a purchaser, am I required to conduct and finance an inspection?
4. As a seller and lessor, what if I’m selling target housing?
5. As an agent what are my responsibilities?
6. Can the inspection/risk assessment period for testing a house for lead be waived?
7. Does this rule increase my liability for future lead poisoning on my property?
8. How does the EPA and HUD Notification and Disclosure Rule apply to housing common areas?
9. If I am renting, do I have the same opportunity to test for lead?
10. Is my home unsafe if it contains lead-based paint?
11. Is the seller required to remove any lead-based paint that is discovered during an inspection?
12. Must I check my house for lead prior to sale?
13. Must lead-based paint inspectors be certified?
14. What if a seller or lessor fails to comply with these regulations?
15. What if I know there is lead-based paint in my home?
16. What if I’m renting target housing?
17. What if the buyers/renters don’t speak English?
18. What if the lessor knows that there is no lead-based paint in my rental housing?
19. What is target housing?
20. What is the purpose of the EPA and HUD Real Estate Notification and Disclosure Rule and who is affected?
21. What is the responsibility of an agent if the seller or landlord fails to comply with the rule?
22. What type of housing is affected by the EPA and HUD Real Estate Notification and Disclosure Rule?
23. What type of housing is not affected by the EPA and HUD Real Estate Notification and Disclosure Rule?
24. Where can I find a qualified professional to conduct an inspection?
25. Why doesn’t the EPA and HUD Real Estate Notification and Disclosure Rule affect housing built after 1978?