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I already knew that answer. I had the home inspected right after move in.They lied on the declaration statement badly. There are big issues here that they refuse to fix, even with purchase. should they be reported for falsifying the report? I spent 10,000 to move here. Is their anyway I can use this to buy more time to qualify for the higher amount?
These people are realtor/brokers. is it right that they get to lie on their disclosure statement with no repercussions?
As to filing the complaint with the board of realtors. I have started that now and only have until the 31st. before they want me to cancel the purchase contract. Could take three days for them to respond. Does the contract have to be in force for the complaint to stay valid?
I originally signed the lease to purchase with my husband. he never moved in and has now completed a divorce. Is he still liable for this contract? We did have a prenup and he is already married again.
nothing. he did not bring this issue up. Just said we were single adults with his and her assets.
here's some background;
Only knew husband for less than 1.5 yrs. We were just married a year. I sold my property to move to a home that should of been community property. He never moved in as he left during the move. He filed the paperwork. I was so busy and hurt that I did not think about the new place. he never brought up the new place in the paperwork. he just said to me the financial responsibility was all mine. he told me he would not sign anything else that pertained to the house or us. I paid the deposit. The court did not know of this contract.
Thank you very much.
Because of this, I am not able to purchase this home myself. have a good weekend.
Is it possible for you to recommend a lawyer near Mesa for this owner/realtor issue?
Thank you, Lore
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