In North Carolina must you disclose asbestos even after it has been professionally abated?

I have a property that was built in the 60’s that I am hoping to sell. I have no knowledge of if there is asbestos in the house, but would like to renovate before selling. My current dilemma is whether I should just sell the house as is and put “no” on the disclosure for asbestos, or to try and renovate after having tests ran for asbestos. I’d hate to test the house and have it come back positive as this would make things more difficult for me. If you have a property abated are you then able to put no on the disclosure? It feels like you are almost punished for wanting to make the house safe. Thank you.

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I have a property that was built in the 60’s that I am hoping to sell. I have no knowledge of if there is asbestos in the house, but would like to renovate before selling. My current dilemma is whether I should just sell the house as is and put “no” on the disclosure for asbestos, or to try and renovate after having tests ran for asbestos. I’d hate to test the house and have it come back positive as this would make things more difficult for me. If you have a property abated are you then able to put no on the disclosure? It feels like you are almost punished for wanting to make the house safe. Thank you. submitted by /u/Throwmeawayok__ [link] [comments]

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