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Can listing agents in Virginia totally lie in a house listing?

We've spent a year trying to find and buy a house in Virginia. We found a listing that said brand new roof, brand new heat pump no matenance (sp) move in ready ,etc,etc.
We looked at the house put in an offer which was over the listing price because supposedly there was another bidder. When we had the inspection we found out the roof could be 10 years old, the heat pump is 3 years old, there electric is illegally wired in the breker box, mold under the house, and the list goes on and on. We immediately asked to get out of the contract and the seller won't let us. Since our buyer's agent failed to put in the contract that it was contingent on the inspection being good is the only thing we can hope  for is if it doesn't appraise high enough for our VA loan or do we have any recourse against these real estate agents? I forgot to mention that the seller is supposedly a professional flipper and a custom home builder.
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    No, the agent can not lie, but she would only know things that are disclosed to her/him by the seller, unless they are clearly visible (she may not have known about the faulty wiring or mold under the house).

    I want to stress that this is the importance of having a good Realtor working for you, buyers should always have the POWER of a home inspection AND final walk through.

    I am sorry for this experience, I would be very frustrated if this had happened to me! I'm sure the next house will be even better, just ensure you are protected next time.
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I'm the OP. Thank You all for the info you have given me. We have decided not to buy a house right now we are going to rent until we get all of this resolved.
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There is absolutely nothing to prevent someone from buying 3000 homes concurrently if the person wants to, and can afford it.  It is NOT "illegal" to place an offer on a different home while presently under contract on a home, especially if that contract is in the process of being canceled.

As Mack correctly points out, the lender is not party to the contract.  So it should make no difference to the lender, loan officer, or a different mortgage broker if a potential buyer seeks funding for a different house, and abandons the loan application for a property one has decided to not buy due to substantial fraud and misrepresentation by one's own agent.

The agent claiming it is "illegal" to look at other houses prior to receiving a "signed release" from the seller for a house that the seller is actively trying to sell to a different party ... the agent is only trying to protect the "commission" the agent not only didn't earn, but also intentionally sabotaged by misrepresenting the nature of "flips", misrepresenting the condition of the property the offer was being placed on, and not protecting the client's interest by intentionally excluding the inspection contingency without the buyer's knowledge and permission.

The agent's broker should have his license suspended for a minimum of 6 months for such illegal and immoral behavior, and for such blatant and intentional violations of NAR's "code of ethics".

Does anyone "need" a "brand new roof", rather than a "10 year old roof"?  Of course not!  Will a property be found in the same price range in better condition?  Unlikely.  But that is not the issue; the buyer was mislead by the buyer's agent to believe he was buying something DIFFERENT than what is being sold.
  • May 23
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Your lender isn't a party to the contract you have / had with the flipper, though. They probably don't want to interpret the contract you're disputing, and instead want to have both parties' written agreement that the transaction is dead.
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Who is telling you that you can't buy another house?  Your loan officer?  Is it a Fannie or Freddie loan?  Have you spoken with your loan officer directly about it?  Forget your agent, your agent is just a liar desperate for a commission.  File your complaints about your agent and broker and find someone that will represent you instead of themselves.

You don't have a contract to buy, you loan application is already terminated, and you already need to start over, and the loan application record is not part of your FICO score, and the case number goes with the house.  And you can get another letter of pre-approval.  Besides, you are unlikely to find something to buy in the next 2 weeks and have your offer in anyway.

Post your question on the mortgage section for loan officer insight on the issue.
  • May 23
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We are being told that we cannot put an offer on any other house until we get the signed release from the seller because we will not be able to get a mortgage on another property without that release. Also the contract  clearly states if buyers and sellers don't agree after 7 days the contract is terminated automatically no where does it say you have to have a signed release from the seller.
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Though the seller can continue to "market", the seller can't have "two active contracts", so when they have another contract, they will have to release yours if they want to close on the other.  (But they don't need to release the earnest money, that can stay in escrow for decades).

The seller can't prevent you from placing offers on other houses and continuing to look either.  File a complaint against your agent and your agent's broker with the state and local board, and get yourself another agent, and forget about your present agent's nightmare.  It is your agent's problem, not yours.

As for the earnest money, file a small claims case against the seller for twice the amount of the earnest money.  It will cost you about $50 to $100, and your time.  And the seller will need to show up in person in court WITHOUT a lawyer, unless they decide to settle instead.
  • May 22
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I`m the OP the seller has put the house back on the market without signing the release and buyer`s agent is saying it`s perfectly legal to do that. We are waiting to hear from the attorney as what happens next. This is a nightmare!
  • May 22
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My heart goes out to you. To answer your question, no we can't lie. We can puff. The difference is puffing is a matter of opinion where a lie involves a fact. For example, we can say "this is a beautiful house!" but we can't say "this house is structurally sound and will withstand a Cat 5 hurricane." without documentation proving it to be true. The best advice I can give is to contact your agent's broker, your mortgage lender, the Board of Realtors and a great real estate attorney.

I wish you all the best.
  • May 20
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I don't know about "love," but I think this is a problem for which the advice of strangers should not be taken.

The OP asked, "do we have any recourse," and frankly, I don't think they should be taking our advice as to what recourse they may have, when we are not practicing attorneys in Virginia. The licensing and Realtor® boards may have the power to discipline these agents, but that isn't quite the "recourse" that the OP has in mind.

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Agents seem to love telling buyers and sellers to just hire an attorney.  Many agents get legal representation through their Errors & Omissions insurance, or through their Broker, so it is not coming out of their pocket.

In most cases, Even just a few hours initial consultation and drafting of a letter or two is going to be more expensive than the earnest monies being held.

Sellers and agents don't want to run up legal costs and time in court any more than a buyer does.  It is a poker "bluff".  You already filed the papers to terminate the contract... so you just wait it out, and walk away.  In the meantime, file a complaint with the State and with the local board against your agent, your agent's broker, the listing agent, and the listing agent's broker, and find yourself a better agent for any future offers.

The agents and brokers are much more likely to work to get the issue resolved if there is pending complaints that will affect their business.  And if the seller "knows" you are not buying instead of just thinking it is a "negotiation strategy", the seller is not going to let the property get tied up for an additional month or two... the seller would terminate the contract and release the earnest monies in order to put the house back on the market.  Flippers have no intent of keeping property inventory that is not making them money but is costing them due to maintenance, utilities, yard care, property taxes and insurance.

Sure, they still may tie up the earnest money for some additional time; but it is typically less than the lawyers would have charged, and the seller isn't getting that money either while there is a dispute over who it belongs to.
  • May 20
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Just saw this which I somehow missed on my first read thru...

"According to not only our agent , the lawyer, and the state of Virginia's  Real Estate Board until we get a signed release from the seller we can not do anything else."


So regarding my post...Nevermind ;) lol
Apologies I confess to not reading closely enough the first time...but I still wish you the best with some sort of resolution

PS..Thumbs up user 1507949 for a well expressed post, hope to see more... so from this old fool
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I'd be talking to someone like an attorney that could give me an informed legal opinion and I'd be making use of the Agencies/Options your State provides for you with your Tax Money

Virgina State
"The Complaint Analysis & Resolution section is responsible for the receipt, processing, and analysis of all reports against licensees subject to DPOR's boards. After review, this section may close the file, investigate the allegation, obtain compliance or resolve the matter by a consent order, or refer the case to Alternative Dispute Resolution or Investigations for further action."
Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation

I don't know if there is a legit complaint or if any action can be or will be taken or or or
But I do know it's better to discuss this or seek advice or recourse for it from this qualified to give answers/solutions based on more than...I think or imo or puff this and that dragon

I wish ya the best whatever route you take and hope all goes much more smoothly for you in the future
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Sorry to hear you are going through this. 

At any time looking for a house, if something is new, the seller should be able to provide documentation as to when installed through contracts, work orders, etc. Always ask to see these, which I am sure you know now.
Also, not only a home buying inspection contingency but there are others that need to be added as well.
You should contact the Dept of Regulation for Realtors, the Real estate Board and file complaints; however, that said,  adding contingencies are up to you to advise and confirm everything is as presented and you add the contingencies to protect. Generally great real estate agents will advise you on this, even good ones, but some just are in for the money and dont give a darn about it. Is it illegal, no. You also should have seen a seller disclosure report or is this a foreclosure? I am not really sure what happened, but again, agents are working, they are salespeople and it is up to the buyer to find one who is best for them and is reputable. You need to prove in court that the agent agented in bad faith and misrepresented, which again goes back to the seller who tells the listing agent about the home and a disclosure. New roof can mean recent roof. As to the inspection report, a good inspectorshould be albe to give you more of a date than what was listed "up to 10 years". Move in ready - means it is vacant and can be lived in - doesn;t make it pristine, clean or habitable. Mold should aways be a contingency as should termite, working HVAC, etc.

Good Luck.
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First I would contact the broker in charge of your agent. Your agent has insurance you can always try to sue. You were swindled by your own agent. I don't think you have any grounds to sue the guy selling. Sorry your going through this but this would be my first step. You can alway contact the real estate commission in your state and file a complaint. 
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Your only "hope" is the flipper "needs" the money to do the next flip, and doesn't want to waste time in court, or having "you" tie up the potential sale of the property for the next year.
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You're probably not going to find a local agent here who has been in court over a seller's failure to sign a release; there really aren't all that many agents who use these forums. Personally, I would have gotten an attorney by now.
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"New" in that that context only means "not original".  You have absolutely no leg to stand on in court.  It is only pure puffery.   You were swindled by your own agent.
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The listing said move in ready, no hassle, no maintenance experience! New Heat Pump, New 30 year Dimensional Shingled Roof. It had quite a listing It also had  All major components are New and the Cosmetics are also new and improved etc,etc, etc. Seller offering 1 year home warranty for your peace of mind!

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Puffery is legal in all 50 states, and highly encouraged by the National Association of Realtors as evidenced by their hundreds of misleading talking points and their misleading television advertisements.

"Move in ready" has no legal meaning, other than a certificate of occupancy can be obtained.

Did the listing say "brand new roof", or only "new roof"?  Those two statements are interpreted entirely differently in court.  If going to court, you need to have detailed documentation of all evidence.  Having even one incorrect quote from the listing could get it thrown out of court.  And as mentioned, the agent is not responsible for the details on the listing, and the seller is not responsible for checking the listing for accuracy.

Professional Flipper?  That means they have lots of experience dealing with buyers and maybe experience of dealing with court issues as well.  They are not in it out of the goodness of their heart, they are in it to make as much profit as possible with problematic homes bought at a discount as quickly as possible.  Most don't have a contractor's license, either because they couldn't get one, or because they don't want to be responsible for shoddy work.  Builds custom homes?  Still doesn't mean they have a contractor's license; anyone can build as "owner builder", even with no experience.

Sure, your agent was 100% "responsible" for not including the contingencies desired in the offer; but highly unlikely you can get the agent's errors and omissions to pay any damages... you may have even signed a arbitration agreement.  And the Realtor errors and omissions insurance is so cheep compared to other professional liability insurance because agents are not responsible for anything, even when they are intentionally negligent.

"Could be 10 years old" won't hold up in court.  That means "it may not be that old".  If you want to break the contract based on misrepresentation, then you need better documentation of what actually was claimed, and the actual date of the roof installation, to at least within the year.  Most re-roofing requires a building permit, so that would be the first place to go to check the age of the roof.

Also note, if there are several roof sections, and "one" section was replaced that year, than a listing statement "brand new roof" is still "True", as that SECTION has a brand new roof.

NAR code of ethics?  That is for the protection of Realtors, not the protection of consumers nor clients.  And it is useless in court, and has absolutely nothing to do with any ethics program, degree, or course at any University.

How long will it take?  As long as the seller wants it to take.
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I'm the OP. I have a question for any Realtor in Virginia that has had a contract end up in court because the seller will not sign the release. I need an idea of how long this might take ( best case, worse case) Thank You!

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I am the original poster. Mr  Flipper does have his own  agent and the agent is with a  different real estate company than our buyers agent. According to not only our agent , the lawyer, and the state of Virginia's  Real Estate Board until we get a signed release from the seller we can not do anything else. We are so frustrated by this because we've already spent over a year trying to buy a house and now this. We just want to live near our grandchildren.
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Hi User4080049

One thing that needs clearing up.  Does Mr. Flipper have his own agent or is he handling his own side?

As far as getting the seller to Sign the release, the release in question is the release of the Earnest Money Deposit you made and has been placed in Escrow.

A letter from an attorney is nice but it does not force the other's hand.

As far as agent's lying we are always obligated to perform our duties honestly and fairly in every state where I am licensed and I expect Virginia is the same. 

Keep us posted
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I am the original poster and we have waited the  7 days required and again sent a signed letter requesting cancellation of the contract which the attorney dealing with the escrow account advised to do. The attorney told us that should end the contract but our buyer's agent is telling us that the contract is not ended till the seller signs and sends back a release. Buyer's agent is further telling us that the attorneys on both sides will probably need to get involved and in the meantime our hands are tied we will not be allowed to look at other houses let alone sign a contract until all of this is resolved. I have 2 questions( Why have a contract  that clearly states if in 7 days you don't come to a written agreement the contract is terminated if it is not?)
And if this is true does  it happen a lot? Remember this is all happening in Virginia.
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Realtor's are required to uphold a code of ethics as Greer Jones states "puffing" is illegal.

You should contact the listing agent's broker and your Realtor's broker to see if they have any advice. Then report a licence on DPOR (Department of Professional and Occupational Regulations). With all the records of teh original advertising and the results of the home inspection. It should be easy for you to prove the listing agent is acting unethically.  If you need an experienced attorney, contact me through my profile and I will be glad to assist you,
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WOW that is terrible news! There is a term in Real Estate advertising..."Puffing" which is, in my opinion an exaggeration of features of a home. Such as "garden like setting"  It is one thing to say " newer" heat pump which can mean about a year old but 3 years...NO that is not new! As far as the roof! 10 years, that is definitely not "new"! I would contact the Real Estate board immediately, contact the Broker in Charge at the agents office as well. Did your agent recommend an Attorney for closing are you using a title company? When I represent my clients I always suggest using a Attorney for this one reason! As far as the inspection clause it is described in the contract page 4 of 8 paragraph 14. I do hope this works out for you and you are able to find your DREAM home and forget this ever happened! 
Good Luck to you! 
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Dear Virginia,
This is awful news.  I am so sorry you are not being properly represented.  I am wondering if the buyers agent is friends with the flipper? 
You need to run, not walk, to the closest Board of Realtors near you!
Documents that will be important to have on hand
1. Original Advertisement of property
2. E-mails if any about several bidders/or any other emails that was miss leading
3. Phone log with dates and times and what that conversation was about with your agent
4. Any miss leading texts
5. A letter of explanation to the best of your knowledge what was said during the process.
If an agent says they have several offers, they need to be able to provide that documentation if asked. 
Were you encouraged not to get an inspection? 
The Board of Realtors office will take you through the rest of the process.
Also, a VA Lender will not give a loan to a home that has mold, or needs a new roof, unless you have money in advance for these repairs.  However, I would not pay for an appraisal.  You already paid for an inspection that is enough money out of your pocket.

Best of Luck!
 

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Please let us know what your attorney says.

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I'm the original poster the house listing said the house had a brand new 30 year dimensional roof brand new heat pump move in ready upto date that nothing needed worked on. I have an inspection report that estimates just some of the work will  cost between 5000 to 7000 dollars and that doesn't even include the colored mold in the crawl space or the basement slab that could be cracked. The listing was why we looked at the house and  signed the contract. The seller painted and covered the problems with new carpet and tile.
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