Buying or renting a property always comes with its up and downs, but legally you are entitled to be aware of what type of condition the property is in when you come into ownership of it. Unfortunately, many people don’t become aware of any serious damage or problems until after they sign the dotted line. The real estate attorneys with Lackey & Lackey, PLLC in Nashville can help you when it comes to dealing with cases involving non-disclosure of property defects. The responsibility of fixing any defects can be a serious headache if the damage is more significant than you thought. You can count on our experienced attorneys to help you find out the truth and make sure the parties responsible take care of the issues in a timely manner.
The real estate attorneys with Lackey & Lackey, PLLC will help you address the things that can be considered a property defect. These things may include bad plumbing and electric, rotted wood, mold, chipped paint, poor foundations, and pests. Even regular wear and tear of the property or building should be outlined in the purchase agreement. While you should expect honesty from sellers, you won’t always receive it, so play it safe and have a qualified a real estate attorney on your side to help you through potential issues of your property, and guide you in seeking justice for any violations.
Reach out to the real estate attorneys with Lackey & Lackey, PLLC in Nashville today for your consultation. Our law services are also available to clients throughout Davidson and surrounding counties.