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The above wanted information from your previous entry is one you could research easily online...but, be careful, interpretation should only be left to the professionals...in this case a lawyer.
If they do not, and you really want THIS HOME----that is a situation you will need to see if your loan type will allow for, if not and if you cannot change it, you should consult with your agent and an attorney (again).
So, basically, you can try to ask and should do so without threatening cancellation.
I definitely do not want to back out or risk losing it. If the bank does not really care about losing my offer should I still ask for more terms? Would they just say no or could they cancel the deal?
Banks want to sell their properties.... they make $0 holding them and those that they are forced to hold (while on market) have a chance of being vandalized.
I am an REO agent here in Vegas. I have seen banks reduce price, give repair costs and do hold backs. If your state is not experiencing this, there is TONS of demand in your state and the banks do not care about if they lose your offer.
As-is is a contract term...your contract allows you time to do your inspecitons and back out or REQUEST MORE TERMS (due to inspections) if necessary....I have told you the MORE TERMS to ask for. Let me know your thoughts.