Real Estate Fraud Attorneys in Longmont
Relentlessly Pursuing Justice for Fraud Victims
The ancient tradition of caveat emptor (let the buyer beware) has been
purged from the law in Colorado, at least with regard to residential home
purchases by a gradual softening of the common law imposing duties of
good faith and fair dealing. There are penalties for misrepresentation
and statutory regulations governing the conduct of real estate brokers.
If you have been a victim of real estate fraud, seek the immediate assistance
of Jorgensen, Brownell & Pepin, P.C. When it comes to pursuing justice
for our clients, we are relentless and determined.
To schedule an initial consultation, call (720) 809-8310.
Helping You Understand Real Estate Transaction Forms
The standardized Colorado Real Estate Commission approved contract to buy
and sell real estate (residential) forms contain provisions to help protect
the purchaser from structural defects that are known to the seller at
the time of the sales contract. Section 10 of the contract to buy and
sell real estate (residential) requires the seller to fill out a seller's
property disclosure, which itemizes every imaginable defect in five legal
length single spaced pages.