Hi and welcome to JA. I am Ray and will be the expert helping you today.
You would claim that there was a material breach of the sales contract based on the failure to disclose.They did not come close to full disclosure here of the pool inspection and the known defects involved at time of sale as you state.
You would have your lawyer send demand letters to everybody here--a shotgun approach.You would try to make all liable here the seller, the inspector, and the realtor.
Additionally you can file professional complaints against the inspector and realtor as they have licensure.Such complaints may inspire them to settle.
The realtor and inspector here have errors and omissions insurance once you send a demand letter you are likely to get at least partial offers to settle.You then decide if you want to sue the parties that have not paid up.all are potentially liable here.
You will need a local lawyer.Your lawyer would seek lawyer fees and costs as part of your damages
and costs to resolve.
Lawyer referral here, you want one that does real estate
You have five years to bring a breach of contract suit in Kansas.
Contract (in writing), 5 years
Kan. Stat. § 60-511(1)
I appreciate the chance to help here.Please let me know if you have more follow up.Thanks again.
File complaint here.