Real Estate Nondisclosure

Buffington Law Firm's team of experienced real estate litigation attorneys has broad experience in aggressively representing clients in all forms of real estate disputes involving nondisclosure. Call us today for a free consultation at 714-450-6568

The purchase of a single family residence is one of the most important transactions that most people ever engage in. One of the most common problems that frequently can and does occur regarding the purchase and sale of real estate is nondisclosure. This is a situation in which the seller fails to disclose a known and material fact that affects the value of the real estate. Often these situations are serious.

In almost all sales of real property, a seller has a legal obligation to disclose all known material facts about the property that a reasonable buyer would want and expect to know. Examples of this include such things as encroachments by neighboring property, leakage or drainage issues, or many other things. The standard California real estate forms have a specific section at which such matters are supposed to be disclosed. If this was not done properly, and you believe that you have a claim related to nondisclosure you should contact one of our experienced real estate litigation attorneys at 714-450-6568 for a free, no-obligation consultation. At this meeting we will examine your claim and advise you. You may be entitled to receive monetary compensation. Do not delay. See our article on this website: What to do if you think you have a legal claim.

Sometimes buyers unreasonably make claims of nondisclosure against sellers. Our Firm has a solid track record of successfully and aggressively defending sellers in situations involving nondisclosure claims. If someone is making such a claim against you, whether it involves a lawsuit already filed, or simply a "demand letter" or other kind of claim, you can contact one of our experienced real estate litigation attorneys at 714-450-6568 for a free, no-obligation consultation. It is always a good idea to speak with an attorney about such claims before you try to handle the matter yourself. See our article on this website: What to do if you think you have a legal claim.

These claims can also arise in the purchase of commercial property. If you have an issue of this type involving commercial property, you should contact us for a free consultation. Our business and real estate litigation attorneys are experienced at handling claims involving commercial real estate.