Your best bet is to read your contract. It will detail all the "rights" you have. Another option is to consult a real estate attorney.
Best of luck,
Chad Gray PA | Realtor
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(at Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate)
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Second option is an inspection contingency. Usually you have from 7 to 10 days to cancel your contract if the inspection report shows certain repairs are needed. But you will have to pay for the inspection.
To avoid such mistakes, make sure to choose a professional and experienced realtor to work with.
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Hope this was helpful.
Pedro E Lopez P.A., CDPE
Real Estate Consulting
REMAX PREMIER ASSOCIATES
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Hope that helped.
Thelda "Dee" Vanover
Timothy P Smith Real Estate
The other Florida real estate contract does not include this provision.