If you feel that your seller did not properly disclose items, its best to consult a Real Estate Attorney.
Nicole Fedorchek, Realtor
Good luck. Anything else I can help you with just let me know
Ingrid Ski Realtor
Always have a realtor represent you and not try to sell your home yourself
Ingrid Ski Resltor
However, it depends on the circumstances about the seller and their property, doesn't it? Some homeowners can market and close their transaction without any assistance, although unusual, it can be done.
A very large percentage of homeowners who choose to market their homes finally hire a Realtor to market their property and almost always are very successful in selling their property very quickly.
Need help, contact me, regardless of your circumstances.
NYS Licensed Home Inspector
I always tell my sellers it's better to tell EVERYTHING they know about the home, ie; we get ants in the summer, the neighbors dog sometime barks at 10 at night, etc. etc.
Ask for your realtor to guide you....hope this helped!
The rule of thumb: when in doubt, disclose.
James Melton, Realtor & Mortgage Broker, CA DRE Broker #01222353, NMLS #300133
President, Victory Mortgage & Real Estate Home Loans & Sales Since 1979, NMLS #366399
2901 W. PCH, Suite 200, Newport Beach, CA 92663
cell(714)318-4664, phone(949)939-9676 or (714)374-0022, fax(714)844-9094
The consequence of not telling the buyer what you know is to leave yourself exposed to later litigation. When you sell your house, you don't want to spend the next 10 years worrying that the buyer may find that thing you didn't tell them about.