What is the name of your state (only U.S. law)? NV
I just bought a home and closed in June.
The property was bought by the prior owners to fix and sell.
When I saw the home and purchased it, everything was "fixed." New stained concrete flooring, new paint, some new fixtures, etc.
I had a home inspection. They inspector found 2 broken windows, a problem with the gas lines, and some water leaks. I asked for them to be fixed. The old homeowners said they did fix them.
They did not. Once I closed on the property, I discovered that the water leaks were not fixed. Since purchasing the home, the items they fixed before selling have all had to be redone because of poor quality...
1) They floated a concrete slab over the foundation and stained it. They never cured the stain, so when the floor was washed, the stain came up. I had to re-do the flooring.
2) The 2 water leaks a) upstairs bathroom: leaked from tub faucet behind the wall and into the garage. Ruined 4 boxes of items and caused mold throughout the bathroom wall and floor. Had to rip out wall and flooring, treat mold, and replace. b) under kitchen sink: leaked from disposal, had plumber out two times to fix pipe and disposal where leak was coming from...ruined cabinet with water damage. Have to replace due to warping and mold damage.
3) The inside of the house had been painted. They walls never treated, so the paint is bubbling and peeling in any location that the sun light hits. I need to repaint all 4 bedrooms, kitchen, family room, living room, and dining area.
4) I never received a Seller's Real Property Disclosure Form until after the sale of the house.
I am now stuck with mold and a house full of needed work and they refused to cover closing costs when the house did not appraise.
How do I go about suing them for the repairs that should have been done and the lack of disclosure?