Wednesday, July 28, 2021

Check out Attorney DiCarlo on Chanel 7 News' Hank Investigates!  In the story she warns buyers that Sellers in Massachusetts have very limited disclosure obligations.  The Buyers featured in the story bought a house that they later learned was filled with mold. In Massachusetts if sellers know about mold issues, they don’t have to tell the buyers.  

Massachusetts is truly a buyer beware state. The state only requires sellers to disclose two things to potential buyers: the presence of lead paint or a septic system. Sellers are under no obligation to tell you whether the property has any mold issues, termite issues, whether they had a massive flood or a fire in the past. 

Take a look at our news feed to read some articles about the top 10 questions single family Buyers should ask, and what condo buyers should know!

Contact us anytime that you are buying a home. We will help make it come out right!

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