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A CL100 termite letter is an inspection report that states:

-Whether or not an infestation was found

-What control measures would be required to eradicate the infestation, if any.

-Did the home have a previous infestation of termites or other wood destroying organisms?  

-Whether or not the home is under renewable guarantee with the inspecting termite company (bond)

-And other important information

Most lenders require a termite letter dated within 30 days of the date of closing, indicating that the improvements are free from active infestation and damage. The CL100 termite inspection is typically paid for by the seller.  The buyer should ensure that his or her lender receives a copy of the report as soon as it becomes available.

Some properties come with a termite bond.  This is a contract between the current property owner (the seller) and a termite treatment company.  It is a good idea to keep the bond after purchasing the property.  There is a yearly fee for the bond payable at the bond anniversary.

There are two basic types of termite bonds:

-A re-treatment bond whereby the termite company will retreat the property if active termite infestation is found any time the initial treatment.

-A repair bond, which obligates the company to repair any damages occurred after the initial treatment and to retreat the property again.  Usually there is a limit on the damage amount.

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