Dec. 22, 2017 I closed on the condo' that I'm presently residing in. It was advertised as a 3 bdrm/ 2 bathrms 1499 Sqft for $275K on the 11th floor. Well I've been demanding the floor plans since the very beginning, because I only see 2 bed rooms to this day. Its been falsely advertised and just on week ago I received a copy of the floor plan and I see a library and two bedrooms noted but absolutely NO 3rd bed room.
You bought residential property for almost $300,000 and did not even view when looking or walk through it before closing to count the bedrooms? Shame on you there. The MLS listings are not contracts and specifically state no guarantees check with the tax rolls. The library likely IS the 3rd bedroom as all a "bedroom" requires is a closet to be classified as such.
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Under these facts - it's not likely you have ANY recourse; or at least a recourse that would be cost effective. But that is just a guess, If you wish to pursue some sort of action against the seller here, your best bet is to contact the lawyer who represented you in your purchase, as he or he would be the one who would know the most about the transaction. If you chose to be unrepresented in that purchase, you likely put yourself at a great disadvantage; but perhaps you should consult with and retain a good local real estate litigator anyway, just to be sure. In any event, you can't get any sort of help for this fact-intensive matter here on line, sorry.
Hope this helps.
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