We closed our home located in Minnesota 1 week ago. Upon moving in we have since learned (because we can hear the horns all hours of the day and night) that there are several railroad crossings located roughly within 1 mile of the home. We have also learned that our home is located in a superfund site, which does not directly effect us right now, however this is a concern for us in regards to resale. Neither of these factors were disclosed to us, and if they had been we would not have purchased this home. Now we have a gorgeous new home and are unable to enjoy it because we can't sleep and are worried about the possible impact of the superfund site on the homes resale. What can we do if anything at this point now that we have closed and moved in?
1 Answer from Attorneys
Hello. You may have a private attorney review your issues with you and provide you with legal advice and counsel. The attorney will want to view your home purchase sale documents. The attorney will need to examine your issues in light of local, state and other applicable law and rules. You should not delay in any regard in seeking attorney counsel as it is possible that you will lose certain rights by delay. You are welcome to contact me.
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