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I have never seen one renegotiate the terms of the contract.
Sometimes they will ask for more earnest money.
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Like most agents commended that this is fairly common.
Have your realtor communicate with the loan officer and its also important to keep the closer at the title company in the loop. Its also a good idea to have the signed extension amendent signed and ready at your agent's disposal.
Once everything is looking better and just waiting for the final approval to clear to close. Its a good idea to let the seller's agent to contact the lender directly and let them know and feel confident that this will close. They will usually let you to extent the closing knowing this is a done deal!
Good luck with everything!
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You are correct that sellers might try to add/remove some conditions when your realtors tries to ammend the contract for extension of clsoing date.
But at the same time remember the sellers have also been waiting all this time locked in with you to close this deal. Only if they have any other option / another backup contract will they try to renegotiate. Its in their best interest as well to close as soon as possible.
All the best !