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What can you do if a seller doesn't disclose a home's defects?

Most homebuyers expect the person selling them their home to be upfront and honest in disclosing any defects that it may have. Many sellers are only required to disclose major structural or mechanical flaws with their property, however. Many contracts don't require sellers to call a buyer's attention to anything visible to them. If you're purchased a home, then you may wonder what options are available to you once you identify problems with it.

What is meant by full-service real estate legal representation?

A logical introductory point in any discussion focused on the real estate realm underscores its sheer breadth and depth. Some legal niches comprise relatively narrow terrain. Conversely, real estate issues and challenges span a veritable ocean of concerns.

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