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Landlords must give prospective tenants of target housing, including most buildings built before 1978: An EPA-approved information pamphlet on identifying and controlling lead-based paint hazards, Protect Your Family From Lead In Your Home (PDF).
Prior to about 1940, paint typically contained high amounts of leadoften 10 percent and sometimes as high as 50 percent. In the early 1950s, voluntary paint industry standards called for limiting lead content to 1 percent, and in 1978 federal regulations effectively banned lead in residential paint.
The FHA/HUD official site reminds residents and landlords that the Lead Disclosure Rule requires home sellers and landlords of housing, built before 1978 to disclose to purchasers and potential tenants knowledge of lead-based paint or lead-based paint hazards using a disclosure form, signed by both parties, attached
It wasnt until seven years later, in 1977, that the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission finally banned the use of lead-based paint completely in residential and public properties. This is also when the use of lead paint in toys and furniture was banned in the United States.
Adults exposed to lead paint can suffer from high blood pressure, headaches, dizziness, diminished motor skills, fatigue and memory loss. Even small levels of exposure to lead paint can harm adults.
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Section 1018 of the Residential Lead-Based Paint Hazard Reduction Act of 1992 directs EPA and HUD to jointly issue regulations requiring disclosure of known lead-based paint and/or lead- based paint hazards by persons selling or leasing housing constructed before the phaseout of residential lead-based paint use in 1978
Which option is of the most concern to licensees and advertising when it comes to the FTC? Advertisements should not mislead or contain errors of fact, including keeping listings up to date.
What must a seller in a PID disclose to a potential buyer? If county or city has made some type of improvement that benefits property owners in the area, there will be an additional tax that owners will have to pay. This will transfer to new Buyers so DISCLOSE!
The federal lead-based paint disclosure regulations apply to residential sale or lease of properties built before 1978.
If a home is appraised as part of the FHA home loan process and it is determined that the home has a peeling paint issue AND the home is built on or before 1978, certain lead paint abatement measures may need to happen as a condition of home loan approval.

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