As told to me by a neighbor, the slab was unlevel. Would this be disclosed to a future buyer?

Asked by info, Calabasas, CA Thu Mar 28, 2013

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Josh Barnett, Agent, Carney, OK
Wed May 1, 2013
Make sure you address this with your Realtor and double check with your attorney that you do not cause a liability issue by stating this on a public website, I am not an attorney, but I would suggest checking with one.
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Zack King, Agent, Calabasas, CA
Thu Mar 28, 2013
Yes this is something you should and are required to disclose. I good rule to go buy is ask yourself would you want it disclosed to you if you were buying the house. You may find yourself disclosing more that legally required however it is better to air on the side of caution. Besides it is the right thing to do and will bring you good Karma.

Zack King
Keller Williams Estates Calabasas
(818) 825-7388
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Charles Garl…, , Calabasas, CA
Thu Mar 28, 2013
Yes if you are aware of the current issue... its considered a material fact and you must disclose. Recommend that the new buyer get the foundation inspected.

Thank you for your question, contact me if you have any more questions.

Chuck Garland
Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage
DRE# 01926123
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Yoav Astman, Agent, Calabasas, CA
Thu Mar 28, 2013
If the seller is aware of the problem then he/she must disclose it. If not, you should have a geologist take a look at the property to determine if there is an issue or not.

For more info, feel free to contact me!

Yoav Astman
Pinnacle Estate Properties
DRE # 01906234
(818) 674-6156 Cell
(818) 444-8346 Direct
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