A Pennsylvania woman is taking her case to the state's Supreme Court in a lawsuit over a seller and agent who failed to disclose to her that a murder-suicide had taken place in the home that she had purchased.
Pennsylvania court determines that psychological damage to a property does not constitute a material defect requiring disclosure.
A Missouri court has considered whether a broker could collect a commission from a commercial lease transaction when the parties had agreed to a lease but had not fixed the monthly base rent.
A suspicious Web site that had been misusing the REALTOR® trademark has now been suspended.
Texas court upholds award to seller, ruling that purchase contract was not accurately disclosed to seller’s representative while seller was out of the country.
Missouri court imputes notice of correct acreage to buyers and so rejects their attempts to claim two additional acres.
Ohio court finds that claims were not supported by the evidence, as the buyers had never confirmed that mold actually existed on the property.
If Congress doesn't act, foreclosures will rise, home values will drop, and the FHA could get hit with another set of bad loans.
Wisconsin court rules that purchaser could not allege harm by the association for the marketing materials prepared by a real estate professional.
A federal appeals court has ruled in favor of major credit agencies in a case that involved a lawsuit filed by five Ohio pension funds that sought to recoup millions of dollars of losses on risky mortgage debt.