I have a hard working - ambitious 20 year old granddaughter who was just approved to buy her 1st house....all by herself. She starting working at 15 & worked for the same company for over 4 years becoming an Asst. Mgr. She recently secured a very well paying job with a successful company in our area.....she makes much more than any kids her age that I know of and she only has a high school diploma.....no college yet. Now....she found a house, made and offer and she accepted the sellers counter offer. She was so exited that she went out & started buying things to decorate. She & her Dad went to the house to meet the home inspector and a neighbor came out and asked her if the seller disclosed that the police had found a long running meth lab in the house last year. They were shocked....no - the seller did not disclose this info. Does anyone know if this is required....like other required disclosures? Our family has researched and found that the chemicals can do damage to a homes plumbing / AC / etc and affect the lives of future residents. Granddaughter is devastated and back at square one on her home search. On top of that....the sellers real estate agent cashed her good-will deposit that same day and she is now fighting to get her money back. I am so angry that a young person does everything right...they way they should and end up being taken advantage of. Thanks for letting me vent!!