What would you do?If you had a client who had his house up for sale and through a buyer's inspection, discovered that there were multiple problems with the house. You facilitated the work on the home b/c you were told that the listing would be yours until the end of the year, but for whatever reason, the seller listed with another less experienced agent. Now the house is back on the mls and the listing says that there are no known defects when it should read that known defects repaired. Furthermore, sellers are supposed to give any buyer an inspection report (structural, pest, mold, etc) if it was in the last four years. This bad one was less than 6 months ago. And, according to TX state law, mold even if remediated is supposed to be disclosed and the certification that it no longer had mold must be given to a buyer for the next five years. So... would you call the new listing agent or her broker who probably would just think you are being vindictive, or do you just call the state? And what would you be legally responsible for? the information? the inspection report? Is this an ethical problem or a legal one. Just curious what others have to say.October 24 2012 - US00YesReport a ProblemProblemSelect oneOffensive contentIrrelevant contentSpam (pure self-promotion)OtherDetailsYour emailPlease enter a valid email address.Submit CancelContent flaggedWe will review this content. Thanks for helping make the site more useful to everyone. To learn more, read Zillow's Good Neighbor Policy.We're sorry. This service is temporarily unavailable. Please come back later and try again.