Closing on a home should be one of the most exciting times in a home buyer’s life. Unfortunately, not every seller is willing to disclose all defects within a home. Different states throughout America will have varying closing times. For instance, the average closing time in California is about 40 days. Statistics show that 77% of home buyers have an inspection done prior to purchasing a home. Here are five hidden defects a buyer may fail to disclose.
- Roof Problems
A roof is an essential part of every home. Unfortunately, there are instances where roof damage is hard to see. A general home inspection checklist should list that the roof of a home is inspected properly. If you’re finding roof problems that were undisclosed, you may have a property law case.