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Sunday, July 27, 2014

Dream Home Nightmare

Thinking about buying that dream home in Pennsylvania? Wondering why your potential neighbors look at you funny? You could be buying a home with a dirty little secret...murder! That's right, the High Court ruled last week that there is no duty to disclose that type of information to potential buyers.

This decision really hinges on what is considered a material defect. The court ruled that history of the property is not a material defect even if it causes a "psychological impact."

Do you think sellers should have a duty to disclose? Comment below!

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