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- January 4, 2012 at 4:15 am #240910
I requested a walk-through before the closing and I got the following response from the seller’s agent.* I thought walk-through is just a normal part of a sale — did I miss anyting (I should have included when the contract was made)?
There is no provision in the Purchase and Sale Agreement for a walk-through.
The only time a walk-through would be appropriate would be to re-inspect
repairs requested by the buyer, and your buyers did not request repairs, but
rather a substantial credit. Even in that case, the re-inspect walk-through
would be with the inspector, and not the sellers. *The sellers are in the
process of moving out and will not be available.
The sellers will leave all keys (except the two I provide you at closing),
garage door openers, and operating manuals for appliances, etc that they
have in their possession at the home when they vacate. *I will leave two
keys at my office for you for to pick-up after closing. *
If your clients wish to do a walk-through, I would recommend they contact
their inspector to meet with them after we close. *
Happy New Year!
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