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Kebbekus, Home Buyer in Warrenton, VA
Kebbekus asked:
Newly purchased house has NO plumbing vent stacks . Is the seller liable for not informing us? Bought a house and in doing some remodeling found that there are NO vent stacks in the whole house. House dates from 1950's. It was inspected prior to purchase. Impossible that seller didn't…
0 votes Share Flag Tue Apr 12, 2016 Home Buying in 20187
MCM_STL, Home Buyer in Saint Louis, MO
MCM_STL answered:
Can I go against the previous owner who are investors and sue them for fraud and neglect??
You can sue anyone for anything at any time. These lawsuits are usually messy, drawn-out affairs (we're talking YEARS) that generally end up costing way more in legal fees than it would ... more
0 votes Share Flag Fri Mar 4, 2016 Home Buying in 20187
Ellievdavis55, Home Buyer in Portland, OR
Ellievdavis55 answered:
Can I go back on the Home Inspector for not checking the type of pipes for plumbing? I just found out the pipe is polybutylene.
It really just depends on what was supposed to be inspected. If the inspector you went to doesn't normally check plumbing, then there's no reason that he would have. If you have a contr ... more
0 votes Share Flag Wed Mar 2, 2016 Home Buying in 20187
Cathy , Home Buyer in Lansing, MI
Cathy answered:
I bought a house and found a huge plumbing issue, is the seller liable?
We too just bought a house and within the first 2 weeks the pump in the boiler went out and then went to do laundry and water starts shooting up the drain. Thought we had a clogged pipe ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sun Dec 6, 2015 Home Buying in 20187
Nora Moore, Home Buyer in American Fork, UT
Nora Moore answered:
Recently bought a house and 3 months later I have encountered sewer problems.
It would probably take a lawyer to get anything out of this. If I were you I might have a consultation with a lawyer and see what they think of the situation. Do the plumbers know what ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu Sep 17, 2015 Home Buying in 20187
Lorri Jackson, Home Owner in Pittsburgh, PA
Lorri Jackson asked:
bought a house with a huge plumbing issue can I hold seller and the agents liable? Before I closed on my house, my contractors discovered the septic was backing up in the lower floor bathroom. I reported this to my agent. i also spoke to the neighbor who was aware the…
0 votes Share Flag Thu May 21, 2015 Home Buying in 20187
Ali Qureshi, Real Estate Pro in Pleasanton, CA
Ali Qureshi answered:
I bought a home in Florida "as is". It was advertised by the seller as having a "newer roof". It leaks and is the original roof, not new.
It all depends on the contract and seller disclosures.
0 votes Share Flag Thu Nov 20, 2014 Home Buying in 20187
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