Radon and Lake Tahoe Real Estate
According to the US Environmental Protection Agency and California Department of Public Health, "More and more, consumers are asking about radon levels before they buy or rent a home.
Radon does not need to delay or prohibit a real estate transaction, but a home's radon level is information all parties should know, and radon problems can be easily fixed! Because real estate sales happen quickly, there is often little time to deal with radon and other issues.
The best thing to do is to test for radon now and save the results. In most instances, radon testing and mitigation are not mandatory, however, radon test results are subject to real estate disclosure laws."