Asked by Miyuki, California • Thu Jun 14, 2012
A few days before closing, our pool builder told us that the property is not in the city we thought it was. It is in the next city over with lower house prices. We asked the realtor. (we are using the same realtor as the sellers) She verified that it is the city we thought it was originally. We called the county and the city and they have verified that it is in fact not in the city it was listed in. Now the realtor has told us that it doesn't matter and that it's a "dual address". She says that if we don't buy, we will have to give the seller our and deposit and even more money that that because we have caused a "loss in opportunity" for the seller. The closing date has now passed. Can they really sue us? We felt like this was a significant disclosure they did not give us. We're scared about being sued but don't want to just give up our deposit. This seems wrong, but we have no one to turn to. Any advice or comments?
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