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The Pipes Burst Months After The Sale

“We sold our home in Ohio last summer. It was an older home, so we were careful to disclose every issue we knew of.

The following winter, the pipes burst and flooded a room in the house. The buyer sent us a threatening letter with a quote for the damages and said that if we did not pay, we would be taken to court.

"We Felt Like We're Being Taken Advantage Of."

The whole thing was maddening to us because we tried to be as transparent and honest as possible and we felt like we were being taken advantage of.”

We were upset for a few minutes, but then remembered we had protection. With such an old house, we knew it was a good investment. We sent the letter to Sellers Shield and they did the rest. 

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The Pipes burst Months After the Sale

"This was maddening to us because we tried to be as transparent and honest as possible and we feel like we're being taken advantage of."

We sold our home in Ohio last summer. It was an older home, so we were careful to disclose every issue we knew of. 

The following winter, the pipes burst and flooded a room in the house. The buyer sent us a threatening letter with a quote for the damages and said that if we did not pay, we would be taken to court. 

The whole thing was maddening to us because we tried to be as transparent and honest as possible and we felt like we were being taken advantage of.

We were upset for a few minutes, but then remembered we had protection. With such an old house, we knew it was a good investment. We sent the letter to Sellers Shield and they did the rest. 

Selling Your Home?

Don't get caught up in a messy buyer dispute.

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