You basically have two options. 1. It is up to you if you want to continue with the transaction. If you still want to buy the property ask you Realtor to renegotiate the purchase price in order to compensate for the issues the seller does not want to repair. Of course if these are issues you can live with and want to tackle or 2. you just can walk away from the transaction and find yourself another property that you do not have to worry about any repairs. Just make sure you are still in your due diligence period.
Wish you best of luck.
You would need to consult with your Real Estate Agent on the matter. Once you are under an agreement with an Agent, your contract advice will need to come from that Agent.
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