Definition of "False advertising"

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Deceptive or misleading advertising.

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Anna Szymanska Anna Szymanska said:

My son was going to buy a house in California. The property was advertising as 9,700 sq without any easements. Since he was planning to put a fence he ordered a surveyor to show the property lines. The surveyor find out the 1/4 of the property goes through neighbors property even the house. After all this we find out that the seller agent advertised the property on other re webs where the lot size was different: 6700, 10,260, 9700. My son was willing to go forward until the seller remove the neighbors fence from his property. The seller told my son that everything will be done in two weeks. On the last day my son went there to check if the fence is removed and ready to sell. But nothing was done, the neighbors did not know that they have to move the fence. Because of this my son resigned to buy this house. My question is: Can we ask the sellers, sellers agent/broker to refund of money for all inspections? This is almost $6000

Jul 20, 2020  09:19:48

 
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Hey, Anna! We are sorry to hear that and unfortunately, the issue at hand is quite a difficult situation you are in. The only way to find out if getting a refund is possible or not is to get in touch with a real estate attorney. An attorney would be the right person to ask in this situation.

Aug 04, 2020  12:41:51
 

 

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