Asked by Meggy91281, 20784 • Wed Mar 2, 2011
We have some serious plumbing issues beneath the slab and the driveway that causes all of our waste water to back up into our basement through the main drain, and flood our laundry/living area. The house cleared inspection. The only thing that was fishy about the basement at the time was a little mold on some drywall that they seller had to remove based on what was assumed to be a leaky pipe from an upstairs bathroom, which was also repaired. However, looking at pics from our walk-through, it is evident that carpeting had been removed around the same area that floods now, and signs of some drying/cleaning powder scattered around the main drain. We, and our inspector, could not have known this was due to a major plumbing issue because it was a dirty, unfinished basement. But in light of our current problem the pictures speak volumes. Do we have a case here for nondisclosure? BTW, the owner of our home is a bank- it was a foreclosure.
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