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Published: 05 November 2020

Posted by: Anonymous

On August 27th , my son signed a purchase agreement with an earnest money deposit of $400 for a home listed by Century 21 Bradley. Along with a copy of the agreement, he received a signed disclosure statement by the homeowner that stated among other things, that there where no encroachments on the property. Just in case, we checked the county GIS and it appeared that that there was. When my son brought this to the attention of the realtor, Chris Parker, he sent him numerous emails stating why there were no encroachments and how 99% of the time the county GIS was incorrrect. Well, 4 days before closing, my son finally got the survey, which he had demanded earlier to no avail, which showed clearly that there was an encroachment by the seller onto the neighbors property. My son asked for remedy but was given none. We went to the property to take dated pictures of how the engineers lined up the stakes and to show the encroachment. My son is attempting to sue the seller of the property MR RYAN BLACK for return of the earnest money deposit and a signed mutual release agreement. We ran into a little difficulty, because, for some unkown reason the USPS failed to forward the court documents to MR. BLACKS new home in GREENWOOD INDIANA. But I can be a very persistant son of a b***h and will not give up. Some way or another I will make sure that Mr Black gets served. If there is anyone reading this complaint right now who can advise me about whether or not my son can sue this realtor or not I would appreciate that information. I believe that he did know about the property encroachment and deliberately lied about it.

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