Here are just a few pictures from my visit to the new Mountain Farmlet.
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There will be an update on tomorrow on the status of the home inspection. Then we wait to see what the seller says about repairs or a lower selling price.
If they do not bend, then there will be no sale.
RELATED ARTICLES: I included several of these articles in today’s post because they are so very important. Once you have found the home of your dreams, then pay for the home to be inspected. You don’t want to get burned on hidden big-ticket repairs! Your inspection is cheap insurance against any costly defects in the new home. Making a clean bill of health for the sale of the house should be a contingency for the sale of the home. Once this is in the sales agreement, then the seller will have to fix or discount the price. If the seller refuses, then you are legally released from the contract. 😉
Remember, “Buyer Beware!”
- Home inspection critical before buying an inexpensive property (lexingtonlaw.com)
- Home Inspection (bandbblogger.wordpress.com)
- How to Approach Home Sellers About Repairs (allstate.com)
- Why a Pre-sale Home Inspection Can Be a Smart Move (twograhams.wordpress.com)