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What Happens If The Seller And Buyer Cannot Agree On Who Is Going To Fix The Defects?
Category - Home Buying Questions - General Home Buying FAQ's

If buyer and seller cannot agree on who will repair defects found during a home inspection within the defect resolution period indicated in the purchase contract, the buyer has the right not to remove the inspection contingency and to terminate the contract by written notification. 

 

Your agent will prepare the necessary documentation for your signature and submit it to the listing agent. 

 

The buyer must carefully read the contract clause dealing with the inspection of the property and strictly adhere to the inspection dates (period allowed to conduct the inspection and for defect resolution negotiations) to avoid being forced to buy the property “as is.” 

 
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Home Buying Questions - General Home Buying FAQ's
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