FAILURE TO DISCLOSE

A failure to disclose can be very costly.

A failure to disclose can be a serious issue costing the duped party tens of thousands or even hundreds of thousands of dollars in damages. We have successfully represented buyers in recovering six-figure dollar damages as a result of a failure to disclose.

If you are involved in a real estate transaction, and have questions, please contact us today to set up an initial meeting or conference call.

  • What if the seller failed to disclose a known issue?
  • What if the broker/agent failed to disclose a known issue?
  • Can I cancel escrow?
  • Can I renegotiate prior to closing?
  • What if I did not discover the failure to disclose until after the transaction closed?
  • Can I recover damages?

Please take advantage of our FREE online case submission or call us today to start a conversation.

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CASE STUDIES

Represented Buyer of luxury home in claims against Sellers alleging that they failed to disclose known, un-permitted construction that encroached on a neighbor's property.

RESULT

Settled low to mid 6 figures

TIME TO RESOLUTION

4 months

HOW WAS CASE RESOLVED?

Settled without litigation via mediation

Represented broker in pending claims against Client/Seller who sought to void real estate commission agreement.

RESULT

Settled mid 5 figures

TIME TO RESOLUTION

Two weeks

HOW WAS CASE RESOLVED?

Attorney to attorney negotiation

Represented Buyer of 4-plex in El Segundo after Seller tried to cancel executed real estate purchase contract.

RESULT

Buyer closed on property at contracted price

TIME TO RESOLUTION

2 weeks

HOW WAS CASE RESOLVED?

Attorney to attorney negotiation

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