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buyer beware.this is when a good Realtor should have been used.unless you got the new and improved home warranty, the electrical won't be covered. nor will the roof. home inspections never guarantee the roof either. so you can't go after them. the FHA appraiser should have seen all the problems. file a complaint with the lender and with the appraisal firm. they have insurance.the Realtor, the appraiser all have errors and omissions insurance , stake a claim.if you used a bank you are out of luck. but if you used a broker, they have bonds on their license. go after the bonds. they can't work if their bonds are tied up.
You need to have a home inspection right away when you get the home under contract. That way, these items are found and you can ask the seller to fix them. If you are out of the inspection period or have closed, I am afraid you are out of luck unless you did have an inspection. If theseare obvious problems the inspector missed, you should take it up with him.He may have insurance.
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