Seller’s Responsibility to Disclose
A big change this year is associated with the Sellers responsibility for disclosing latent or hidden defects, even when the property is being sold “AS IS”.
Even if the Property is sold “as-is” Seller is required under Georgia law to disclose to the Buyer latent or hidden defects in the Property which Seller is aware and which could not have been discovered by the Buyer upon a reasonable inspection of the property.
An oversight by the Seller could result in damages to the Buyer. (Don’t let your agent or Broker overlook this)
Van Purser is a licensed Real Estate Broker in Georgia. Since 1981 he has represented hundreds of clients over the years as an investor, and Associate Broker with Metro Brokers, RE/Max and now with his own firm. He sees his role as your Broker as an advocate, always seeking ways to enhance your value and benefits.
He and his wife, Jeanne, who is also a broker, have been happily married since 1977. Van can be reached at 770-623-3313 or by email VanPurser@VanPurser.com.
Van Purser and his wife Jeanne are a licensed Real Estate Brokers in Georgia. Since1984 they successfully purchased and renovated over 400 homes. Their expertise is in representing Buyers or Sellers as an advocate; which means always ensuring their best interest. Additionally, they represented hundreds of clients over the years as an Associate Broker with Metro Brokers, RE/Max and now with his own firm. He and his wife, Jeanne, have been married since 1977. Van or Jeanne can be reached at 770-623-3313, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.