DEAR BARRY: As a Realtor, I am a big fan of your column, but I'm concerned about some advice you gave in a recent article. A couple was planning to sell their home and wanted advice about disclosure. The home was a "lemon" when they bought it, and they'd undergone great trouble and expense to have all the problems corrected. You recommended that they provide "excessive disclosure," with which I heartily agree. However, your last paragraph states, "If you think some defects may have been missed when the repairs were done, simply state that the work was thoroughly done, to the best of your understanding." Am I reading this incorrectly? If they think there are still defects, stating that the work was thoroughly done doesn't ring true, does it? --Susan ...
Get Inman via Facebook Messenger
Our top headlines delivered once a day.