Recovering Damages For Property Defects
Buying new property is meant to be an exciting venture. Discovering flaws in the property, such as water leaks in the roof or cracks in the foundation, after the purchase is anything but exciting. When the seller fails to disclose these flaws to the buyer, it’s known as real estate nondisclosure.
Sellers have a responsibility to inform buyers of potential issues with the property. However, some may try to misrepresent the property to sell it faster. Defects may not be discovered until months or even years after the purchase. When these issues are discovered, you are entitled to seek compensation to fix them.
You may not know where to begin, but the first step is to find an experienced attorney to help you get the justice you deserve. At the Law Office of Bryan R. Snyder, we understand the stress you are under and we have the knowledge to help resolve your case and protect your interests.
What Can Be A Defect?
Discovering an issue with the property can cause undue emotional and financial stress. For more than 20 years, the Law Office of Bryan R. Snyder has been dedicated to holding sellers in San Diego liable for defects they failed to disclose. Property defects can vary, and some may take time before they are found. They include:
- Foundation issues
- Roof damage
- Water damage or leaks
- Code violations
These are just a few issues of many that must be disclosed to a property buyer. In the end, a property defect can take a toll on you and your family. Had the issue been disclosed before the sale, it may have been an easy fix. But when an issue expands over time, it may cost more to repair. Attorney Bryan R. Snyder knows how stressful this can be, and he is ready to be your advocate during this uncertain time.
Discuss Your Property Defects With Our Lawyer Today
Addressing the property defects as soon as possible improves the likelihood of a positive outcome. Don’t sit on the thought. If you have questions or concerns, the Law Office of Bryan R. Snyder is here to address them.
To schedule a consultation about your property defects, fill out our form online or call us at 619-752-1102.