We’ve all heard the stories — new owners of a home move in and soon discover that the sellers had done some serious “papering over the cracks” just before selling.

You’d think you’d be able to go after them for financial compensation, but without solid evidence that the sellers were aware of the defect and purposely failed to inform the buyers you’d be wasting your time and money...

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