Neighborhood Environmental Reports

 

What Is A Neighborhood Environmental Report?
Why Would I Need An Enviromental Report?
What Does A Report Look Like?
How Much Does a Report Cost?
Who Can Order A Report?
How Do I Order A Report?
How Do I Receive The Report?


What Is A Neighborhood Environmental Report?

The EDR Neighborhood Environmental Report? draws on the nation’s most trusted and complete source of environmental data and screens for potential liabilities. The search includes environmental records within 300 feet of the target property as well as beyond 300 feet within one mile.

Why Would I Need An Environmental Report?

Many residential properties and neighborhoods are clean, but even the most pristine and affluent areas can have environmental issues that affect health and home values. The EDR Neighborhood Environmental Report informs you of real or potential issues, such as: groundwater contamination, leaking underground storage tanks, hazardous waste sites, “superfund” sites, Department of Defense sites and even illegal meth labs.

What Does A Report Look Like?

Sample Neighborhood Environmental Report

How Much Does a Report Cost?

The report is $50 with all home inspections. Without an inspection the cost is $95.

Who Can Order A Report?

Whether you are a current homeowner, potential property owner, real estate agent or attorney, the Neighborhood Environmental Report can be ordered by anyone.

How Do I Order A Report?

1.¬†Complete the Home Inspection Quote — Appointment Request Form¬†with the exact property address and GPS coordinates (if we are doing the home inspection, we take care of the GPS coordinates.)

How Do I Receive The Report?

The EDR Neighborhood Environmental Report? is e-mailed in .pdf format usually within 4 hours after the order is placed and no later then one day after the order is placed.