Upload an appraisal means it was just completed be published soon, however appraiser does not inspect the home. Only confirms the value
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In an FHA loan, the repairs MUST be done prior to the close of escrow, otherwise the lender will not fund. Your lender should be able to get a list of repairs that's needed in order to get it corrected. Paying for the repairs is a seperate issue and that's something you need to ask the listing agent. My take on it is that the listing agent will come back to you immediately and say the sellers won't repair anything and it's up to you to repair it. You now are in a situation where your loan contingency period is most likely over and can't find funding to close the house.
If you can't fund, you may have to forfeit your deposit. You might want to talk to a real estate lawyer about this transaction to find out if you can get out of the contract legally and with minimal costs if that's the route you need to take.
If the lender has received the appraisal back - the lender knows if the appraiser called for any additional repairs and should have past that information on to you and your agent. Get your agent to call the loan officer too. What was the closing date by your contract? Do you need to get the seller to agree to an extension of the closing date?
Talk to your agent....Hope this helps