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I have closed short sales as the listing agent than the buyer's agent. On both sides I have not seen the banks give much to the buyers once the offer has been submitted and especially when the repairs are minor as it appears your repairs are, but it doesn't hurt to ask. Ask your agent to send the listing agent a (request for repairs) and let the bank make the decision. Most lenders these days have the phrase "As Is" on their approval letters.
If the home has a Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac loan. My experience is they won't pay for anything. No termite report, no home warranty, no repairs.
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