Austin Texas Real Estate Failure to Disclose Lawyer Handles Texas Real Estate Failure to Disclose Lawsuits and Texas Real Estate Fraud Lawsuits by Austin Texas Real Estate Failure to Disclose Lawyer Jason S. Coomer 

For many families, most of their wealth is invested in real property. More specifically, their home is typically their biggest investment. When they purchase a house with undisclosed construction defects, it can cost them most or all their wealth. When this happens, it is important to determine the full extent of any undisclosed construction defects including all costs of repairs and potential devaluation of the home. Typically, experts are needed to inspect the home to determine if it can be repaired and the devaluation of the home. Further, it is important to mitigate any damages by timely making repairs. The buyer should also timely determine if they have a cause of action against someone for failing to properly disclose defects. Typically, under Texas law, a buyer has two years after the purchase of a defective home to file a lawsuit for negligence claims and four years for fraud claims.

As an Austin Texas real estate failure to disclose lawyer, Jason Coomer reviews real estate fraud and failure to disclose claims. To review a potential case, he needs to know the address of the house; the names of the buyers, sellers, and real estate brokers; approximate amount of damages; and when the home was purchased. He typically only handles cases where the damages are more than $50,000.00. For more information on this topic, please fill out our intake form or contact Austin real estate lawyer Jason Coomer via e-mail message

Austin Texas Real Estate Failure To Disclose Lawyer Helps Families Seek Compensation for Fraud and Negligence

Austin Texas real estate failure to disclose lawyer, Jason Coomer handles failure to disclose real estate lawsuits. He reviews fraudulent and negligent representation real estate transactions including houses, condos, and buildings that have been sold with significant hidden defects. More specifically, he reviews undisclosed foundation problems, toxic paint, fire hazards, plumbing problems, termite infestations, and other construction defects.  He has handled several failure to disclose and fraudulent real estate transactions. He has experience dealing with real estate litigation.  Austin real estate lawyer, Jason Coomer, represents buyers who have been sold defective property as well as some sellers that have been wrongfully accused of fraud.  As such, he understands the importance of disclosures, "as is" contracts, reading sales contracts, home inspectors, engineers, and real estate agents in real estate transactions. 

First Time Home Buyers Are Often Taken Advantage of By Builders and Real Estate Agents

First time home buyers are especially vulnerable to defective homes.  First time home buyers often have to rely more on the expertise of a real estate agent as well as home inspectors, and can often get caught by a real estate agent that is more interested than a commission than helping a buyer get a good home. If you have been sold a home where the seller has failed to disclose significant problems or even worse has painted over or hidden significant problems with the home, you may have a cause of action against the seller and the real estate agents involved in the real estate transaction.  

Austin real estate lawyer Jason Coomer handles home defect claims where a seller or real estate agent has hidden significant problems with a home.  He has also worked with San Antonio Real Estate Lawyers, Dallas Real Estate Lawyers, Houston Real Estate Lawyers, and other Austin Real Estate Lawyers in providing representation and advice on large fraudulent real estate transactions.  He is admitted to practice in both Texas State Court and in Federal Court (Western District of Texas) as well as has handled real estate arbitrations, mediations, and negotiations. 

As an Austin real estate lawyer he works with investors, buyers, sellers, and other individuals to resolve residential and commercial real estate disputes.  He also works with other Texas Real Estate Lawyers in handling large commercial real estate litigation as well as other business law claims. In working with other Texas real estate lawyers, Austin real estate attorney Jason Coomer works hard to provide legal advice and good counsel on real estate transactions and real estate litigation. 

If you need an Austin real estate lawyer or an Austin attorney to advise you on business development, contact Austin real estate lawyer Jason Coomer.

 

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