Since our founding, we have represented buyers and sellers of real estate throughout the life cycle of their real estate transactions — offer and acceptance, disclosures, inspections, due diligence, contingency removal, extensions, cancelling escrow and closing escrow. These transactions have involved millions and millions of dollars of real estate, ranging from single family residences, to condominiums, to 1-4 units, to large multi-family apartments.
A failure to disclose can be a serious issue costing the duped party tens of thousands or even hundreds of thousands of dollars in damages. We have successfully represented buyers in recovering six-figure dollar damages as a result of a failure to disclose.
If you are involved in a real estate transaction, and have questions, please contact us today to set up an initial meeting or conference call.
- What if the seller failed to disclose a known issue?
- What if the broker/agent failed to disclose a known issue?
- Can I cancel escrow?
- Can I renegotiate prior to closing?
- What if I did not discover the failure to disclose until after the transaction closed?
- Can I recover damages?
If you believe that you are a victim of a failure to disclose in a real estate transaction, it is important to add an excellent real estate attorney to your team quickly. Call us today to start a conversation.