Asked by Sheila Nelson, Barre, VT • Wed Jul 2, 2008
I have a house under contract. The listing broker was so nice that I thought that he could do no harm. Well I never signed the dual agency form because I thought if this property fell through that I would hire a buyer broker and go look at other houses. So when it came time to make an offer, I emailed the broker with my basic offer info (sales price, close date, inspection days, etc). I did not say what inspections I wanted as I thought I'd check them off myself. He sent me the pre-filled P&S and it had boxes already checked off for inspections. "SEWER" was not checked off & I emailed him about it & asked to add it. He said, "no, this house doesn't have a sewer it is public" This made little sense to me but I left it unchecked. Well I located the previous homeowner and the sewer backs up every few months due to bad angle in pipe. Disclosures were blank as it was bank owned. I suspect this broker knew something was up with it. My questions: What should I do? Who should I contact?
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