Asked by Rita Vazquez-Torres, Hudson, MA • Mon Oct 31, 2011
a smaller house family is going to live in. After yesterdays snow storm, we drove to the house we are buying with the intent of a "drive by" just to survey if there was any damage -we found a tree blocking the entrance and a tree fell on the house.I pulled out my camera and took pictures - IMMEDIATELY called my broker and I emailed the pictures to her and the attorney (she was out of town). Today, the listing agent stated that she has a "Neighbor" in charge of watching over the house and we are NOT allowed on the property without a real estate agent. As of when my agent contacted the selling agent, the selling agent was unaware of the damage. Under normal circumstances of course, we wouldn't have gone, but there was a catastrophic storm and knowing the premises we were worried. Are we in trouble? I've asked my broker to have the attorneys figure that one out. WIll the damage affect our closing? There is a for sale sign and I'm sure others have driven by and peeked.
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