Understanding Colorado's New Inspection Resolution and Objection Guidelines

Prior to negotiating any of these alternatives, the broker should advise the buyer to ask their mortgage loan originator or lender whether the resolution may (1) have a detrimental impact on the Buyer's ability to get the loan; (2) cause delays in the lender's processing and funding of the loan by Closing; and (3) require further inspections and repairs. Once items to negotiate have been identified, the buyer's broker should use the Commission-approved Inspection Objection form to identify the inspection issues that the buyer seeks to have resolved (Note: the Inspection Objection formis a notice form and is NOT part of the contract). Then, once the buyer and seller have reached a resolution, the Brokers can memorialize the terms on the Commission-approved Inspection Resolution form or the Agreement to Amend/Extend the Contract. 

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I have an IQ slightly higher than a dog and  learned in English class that when using the word "these", the "these" must refer to something.

While your post may be providing very important information, putting it context would help the reader considerably.



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