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    What should realtors do?
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    Realtors must be as informed as possible in order to protect themselves and their clients from the restrictions and added costs that may result from the presence of vermiculite insulation. A listing agent should remember that vermiculite insulation is not a banned substance, nor is it a latent defect, and therefore may not have to be disclosed by the seller. However, disclosure at the beginning may be the best shield against potential liability. As a purchaser?s agent, if there is a particular concern regarding vermiculite insulation on the part of the purchaser, you might consider adding a representation to the offer to purchase warranting the property is not insulated with it. And, of course, realtors should recommend to buyers that they make their offers subject to a home inspection.

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