Today’s smart home buyers and sellers will obtain a “CLUE” report before a sale is finalized. It stands for Comprehensive Loss Underwriting Exchange, after the organization that compiles the information in the report. A CLUE report includes information on the homeowners, including their name, insurance policy number, when and how many losses they’ve sustained, how often they’ve filed claims and whether those claims were denied or paid. In real estate, a CLUE report can be a good idea for both buyers and sellers to have. To learn more about CLUE reports, read the full article “What is a C.L.U.E. Report?” at Mesquite Real Estate Blog.