Why? Because buyers need to know what they are buying. They need to know if any repairs are needed and roughly the costs of those repairs.
As the market tilts ever-so-slightly away from sellers this fall, I’ve got my fingers crossed that all this contingency waiving is largely a thing of the past.
Keep in mind that an inspection contingency comes with a deadline, so you need to be ready to make some quick decisions once you receive the inspection report.
When it comes to a less-than-stellar inspection, you have to weigh how much risk, investment, and seller negotiation you’re comfortable with for a house you love.
Have other questions about buying? Drop them in the comments below, and I’ll reply ASAP. I look forward to connecting!
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