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Kileyfaire - December 29th, 2004 10:19 PM

At some point during a viewing of my home that is for sale (it's vacant and the only entry is by the agent with potential buyers), the closure door to the furnace was left open or dislodged, which meant the furnace did not turn on (a safety feature which I pointed out to the agent during the initial viewing of the property). Because of freezing temperatures with no heat, some pipes broke, causing some water damage in my house. Is this legally the reponsibility of the agent? I'm really frustrated that I'm getting saddled with a bill for this (I'm out of the country) when I pointed this out to the agent and she obviously neglected to take the time after viewings to make sure everything was as it should be.

Diane - January 10th, 2005 8:03 PM

I would leave your home as it is unless it is extremely small and not up to par with the other homes in your neighborhood.


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