During the process of purchasing a home or other property in California, buyers must ensure that they protect themselves financially by performing thorough due diligence before finalizing their purchase. Although there are many varying types of real estate disputes, one of the most common disputes is the failure to disclose property defects prior to sale. In many instances, a seller unintentionally or intentionally fails to notify a buyer about defects in a property. This type of negligent or intentional misrepresentation can be extremely costly and disturbing if the seller failed to disclose a substantial defect or circumstance that significantly affects the value of the property.
There are a vast number of defects that can plague a property and significantly lower its value. In some cases property defects can place you and your family in danger. At the Law Office of Thomas C. Tagliarini Attorney At Law, some of the common defects in failure to disclose cases that we have represented over the past 30 years include:
We have seen that a vast number of defects do not surface until months or even years after purchase of the property. We can help you to determine the best course of action. If you recently purchased a property that has severe defect(s) our East Bay real estate attorney can strive to have your purchase rescinded. If it has been years since your purchase and defects are now evident, in some instances you may still have the ability to seek compensation to repair the defect(s) the seller failed to disclose.
Contact the Law Office of Thomas C. Tagliarini by phone at (510) 444-0692 or email for a free consultation with an East Bay will dispute lawyer. We serve Oakland, San Francisco and the surrounding counties of Alameda, Contra Costa, San Mateo, Santa Clara, and Marin.