How to Update Your Agreement with Third Party Disclosure
Updating your agreement with a third party disclosure for HomeGauge ensures that your buyers know that their information is securely stored in HomeGauge.
You may have noticed that there is a check box under Company Options under your Account Settings in your dashboard that asks you to confirm you've included appropriate third party language in your agreements.
If you've confirmed that you've made the change: thanks! You're done and everyone is more informed about where information is stored.
If you haven't yet, you'll notice on February 7th a reminder to make that change or you'll be able to choose "Do it for me" and have HomeGauge prompt your buyers with this message:
HomeGauge (that's us) is a 3rd party in the home inspection report process that is utilized by your home inspector to record and store your information. Your information will be kept private unless your home inspector has offered you other programs as a benefit to you.
You'll have another 30 days to confirm you have included third party language in your inspection or choose to have us display this information to your buyer. If you do not make a selection after 30 days, we'll default to informing your buyers that their information is securely stored in HomeGauge with the message above.
Thanks for taking these steps to ensure that all buyers are informed where their information is stored, and if you have any questions about these changes please check out the FAQ or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org