By: Will Van Vactor
Buying a brand new home is exciting. Occasionally, though, the new-home feel may wear off quickly due to construction defects. To minimize damage to the house and preserve potential claims against the builder, it is important for new-home buyers with construction defects to take certain steps. Below is a link to an article I wrote for Nolo.com about some things home buyers can do to protect themselves after discovering a defect. Given the potential cost of a construction defect, after discovering the problem, it is a good idea to promptly talk to your attorney.
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