Disclosure: How much is too much?

Aug 27, 2019 | Home Owners, Real Estate

If you’ve ever taken our CE Class “Extreme Exhibits”, you know that Bren and Bill emphasize that even if a Property is sold “as-is”, the Seller is required under Georgia law to disclose to the Buyer latent or hidden defects in the Property of which Seller is aware and which could not have been discovered by the Buyer upon a reasonable inspection of the property.  

Disclosure, however, doesn’t mean that you have to repair said defect.

Click HERE to read a great article that breaks down disclosure, so that you and your clients can have a better understanding of it before listing your next property.

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