Asked by Theo Simons, San Diego, CA • Fri Dec 14, 2007
I was interested in your answer to another question, where you advised someone to disclose a noisy neighbor when selling her house because of California disclosure law. I am in a similar situation and also have a friend who is being sued for failure to disclose a barking dog. Therefore, I would like to disclose all possible issues with our house that are not obviously visible but may be a (minor) problem, such as barking dogs, noisy neighbors, painted over cracks in the ceiling, plumbing repairs, minor roof leakage, etc. However, I am also worried that this may scare off buyers. In your opinion, is a long list of minor, but still reasonable, problems in the disclosure a red flag to home buyers and/or their realtor in California, or do they pretty much expect that because of the strict disclosure laws and even appreciate the honesty?
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