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Real Estate Fraud
Did you purchase a home or other real property, which has defects the seller did not disclose to you? This may be real estate fraud.
Under Oregon's real estate fraud and non-disclosure laws, the seller of real estate can be held responsible for defects that they knew about, but failed to disclose. More often than not, attorney fees are recoverable by the prevailing party for any lawsuit for the undisclosed defects.
In addition to the seller, we generally also consider bringing an action against the real estate agent and the home inspector. Generally, the real estate agent and the home inspector have insurance coverage. This maximizes the probability that, if we win, we also recover monies on our clients' behalf.
Let us put our experience in real estate fraud to work for you.
Kelly McCann, Esq.
Kelly McCann's practice is focused primarily on real estate and construction. With a unique background as a construction manager and real estate analyst, Kelly is considered the go-to expert for anything ...