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Does anyone know? Is a CLUE report required to sell a house in Arizona?

I have been asked to provide a clue report by the agent listing our house. We've never been asked for one in the past, or offered access to a CLUE report on any house we've considered buying. I have asked for an explanation, but I got the brush off.
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A CLUE report is a 5 year history for any insurance claims onthe property, and yes, it's required to sell a house - unless the buyer's lender will waive it.

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Almost all home sales these days (bank owned, short sale) do not offer SPDS or CLUE...I think it is safe to say it is not a requirement. It can simply be waived.

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Hope this helps- from aaronline.com
Insurance (Claims History)
Many factors affect the availability and cost of homeowner s insurance. Some
insurance companies use a database known as the Comprehensive Loss
Underwriting Exchange ( C.L.U.E. ) in their underwriting practices to track the
insurance claim history of a property and of the person applying for insurance
coverage. Property owners may request a five year claims history from their
insurance agent or purchase a C.L.U.E. report online at
https://personalreports.lexisnexis.com/index.jsp or by calling 866-527-2600. For
additional insurance information, visit the Arizona Department of Insurance
website at www.id.state.az.us/consumer.html and read "The New Reality of Property
Insurance - What You Should Know" at
www.aaronline.com/documents/insurance.pdf.

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