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What Home Buyers & Sellers Need to Know About Radon

By Jayne Thompson

An invisible gas may by slowing your home transaction down. You can't smell it or taste it, and you can't predict which type of home will have it. New or old homes, insulated or drafty, second floor or in the basement -- an astonishing out of every 15 homes is affected. It's called radon, and its presence in your home may be compromising your safety.

To safeguard the family, buyers and sellers need to be educated about the risks of radon. Here's everything you need to know about this pervasive gas, plus some low-cost and proactive steps you can take to protect your home.


Disclaimer: Articles not intended to Diagnose, Treat, Cure or Prevent Diseases.

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