Moxi Works is growing fast and has another new partner, SnapNHD. This partnership is meant to provide a quick way for agents to get Natural Hazard Disclosure (NHD) reports in the hands of their clients.
What is a Natural Hazard Disclosure? Real estate agents and brokerages are legally required to disclose if the property being sold lies within one or more state or locally mapped hazard areas. The law requires the hazards be disclosed on a form called a Natural Hazard Disclosure. SnapNHD reports offer more than the six mandatory hazards; depending on the area there might be info on environmental related issues, airport influences, and Megan’s Law.
SnapNHD offers a fully integrated digital signature solution which makes it fast and easy to sign the NHD. Their platform allows them to offer the best report for the lowest price in the industry. Right when the listing hits the MLS, the report is delivered to the agent via email. As a reminder, it is also emailed to the agent when the listing moves to Pending.
SnapNHD will also soon offer the industry’s first text bot, which lets customers order and receive NHD reports via text message.
York Baur, Moxi Works CEO says, “SnapNHD is a great example of the automation value made possible by the Moxi platform and how with a click of a button an agent can have this very necessary thing happen. That is the genius of SnapNHD – they’ve taken advantage of the technical capabilities of an open platform. Agents don’t have to waste time entering a bunch of data and risk inputting the information wrong.”
With the best technology in the Natural Hazard Disclosure industry, SnapNHD is so passionate about protecting homeowners that they donate 1% of their gross revenue to homeowners affected by natural disasters.
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“We’re also big fans of SnapNHD’s give back mentality like we have with the Moxi Fund; they’re making it about more than just business,” said York Baur.
Read more about SnapNHD and how it’s positively affecting the Natural Disaster Industry in this Inman article.