I can answer questions about homes and home inspections. This would include general questions that would, commonly, be associated with the field of home inspection -- plumbing, electrical, roofing, structural, HVAC, wood destroying organisms.
Owner, President, of King of the House Home Inspection Inc located in Bellingham, Washington. Professional home inspector. Washington State Licensed Home Inspector #207. WSDA licensed structural pest inspector.
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Instructor, program coordinator, of home inspection training at Bellingham Technical College -- part of the Washington State community and technical college system. Member, appointed by the Governor, of the recently created Washington State Home Inspector Licensing Board.
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Heon, I think your question, as to your possible recourse, needs to be asked of an attorney in your state. That sort of thing varies from state to state as to what a seller might be concealing and responsible
Hi, You have a can of worms there and there is no correct or simple answer. I do not know if you hired a real inspector or a buddy of the seller. If the inspector had a license, if your state has licensing
You would want any business lawyer but, honestly, you are right that it is not a case any lawyer would be eager to take on. In the terms of lawyer's cases, it is small potatoes so you would, basically
Hi, I guess that, in theory, you should be talking to a lawyer on this one but I will give you my thoughts. Builder's warranties vary from state to state. However, as a general rule with warranties
Joyce, I can answer some of your questions, not everything. I do not know about subdivision fees in Florida. I suggest that you call the subdivision, they must have an acting manager and then ask that