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The owners has accepted our offer

After the home inspection if the owners will not fix problems can we ask them to lower the price
  • April 20 2014 - Sun City
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You should discuss this with the agent that is representing you.
  • April 20 2014
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If you are using a realtor than you would have used the Arizona real estate contract. This should be explained on the contract, since all of the contracts are a little different you may want to talk you your real estate professional. What it cames down to if you still want to purchase the home and if the seller wants to sell the home, I'm sure you can work it out.
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Thank you!
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Yes, this is what an inspection contingency is for. You can absolutely ask for credit once you have found issue with the home during inspection. If the seller, won't grant your credit, you have the right to walk away or decide to move forward, but the ball is in your court.

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As long as you are in the Due Diligence or Inspection Period of the contract you can ask for the moon and stars. You can ask for anything you want. The seller can say yes or no, and you can counter offer or accept or walk away.
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If you are in an "as is" contract, you have a inspection period. Very often if repairs are needed, some renegotiation is done. If you are in a contract which has a repair limit, then the seller can pay the amount required up to that limit and the rest of the contract stays the same.
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