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CAN YOU ANSWER MY QUESTION ABOUT THE STUCCO?
NO PICTURE(S) JUST WANT ANSWER(S) PLEASE
I ASK THIS QUESTION 8-24 AND DIDN'T GET ANSWER TILL TONITE
AND I HAD TO HAVE DECISION THIS AM. NOW I'M OUT DOWN $1500 for binder. sorry but just answer justtook to long.
I'm waiting for futher info.
You should not be obligated to forfeit your deposit. The crack is a major issueand is more than reason enough to back out of the sale.If you still want to purchase the Town Home the seller has the obligation to research the cause of the crack and submit a report to you from a licensed builder or a structural engineer..Once you are satisfied with the results you can proceed with the sale with a reduction in selling price to match the cost of repairs or the seller can make the necessary repairs at their expense..The deposit would have to be returned to you if you are not satisfied with the results and the sale canceled.Deposits are made with the belief that the property has no hidden or major defects. As you did not know the cause or the extent of the defects, and the owner did not disclose them to you, the deposit was not accepted in good faith and must be returned if you do not want to purchase the property.