In real estate purchase transactions, the law requires that sellers, real estate agents and real estate brokers all have duties to disclose certain known defects and undesirable attributes of the property to the buyers. Failure to make such disclosures could be fraud or negligence, and can result in liability for damages suffered by a person who has unwittingly purchased a home with undisclosed material defects.
The Brereton Law Office has over thirty years of experience in dealing with these types of cases, including claims against owners, real estate brokers, agents, and sellers. The claims are based upon negligence, fraud/misrepresentation, breach of fiduciary duty, non-disclosure obligations, concealment and unfair business practices.
If you believe that you have been a victim of fraud, property defects, concealment, non-disclosure, or negligence in a real estate transaction, do not delay in consulting an experienced attorney. Please contact The Brereton Law Office at 831-429-6391 to schedule a consultation on how to protect and pursue your rights.