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In most states, it's the latest one. If you've fixed the item, and it no longer shows up on the new report as needing to be fixed-- then that's the correct statement to make to the buyer. However, if an item showed up on the first report, was never fixed, but was missed by the new inspection-- you need to disclose this item to the buyer.
It's about full disclosure. So, if the inspection says, NEEDS NEW ROOF, and you replaced the roof. Well, you might still want to tell the buyer it has a new roof!
What would you want if you were buying a property? The golden rule applies here. Do unto others.
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