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Disclosure obligations are usually confined to the physical condition of a home, not the type of neighbors. Case in point: The National Association of Realtors states that the burden of researching neighborhood sex offenders falls on the prospective homeowner, not the agents, unless disclosure is required by state law (which is rare). Before bidding on a new home, check with the National Sex Offender Registry to eliminate any concerns.
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