Lynn911 Dallas Realtor & Consultant, Loan Officer, Credit Repair Advisor
The Michael Group - Dallas Business Journal Top Ranked Realtors
Also note that the option can be extnded if needed to take care of the, se issues or re-negotiate etc.
There are too many variables to list. So, again, talk with your agent.
Best of luck
"Let sleeping dogs lie"
But do check in with your listing agent, just to make sure a response didn't come from the buyer but is languishing in the listing agent's in-box.
I would not ask them if they will submit a repairs list as that is telling them you expect to do repairs.
I have also seen inspection reports with almost nothing on them.
Just sit tight and wait.
This is neither necessarily good nor bad. What I would like to address is the fact that as long as your home is not showing as "Active" in the MLS your home is virtually off the market. It's not likely that an agent will be showing your home. This being said I would get on the phone to your agent (assuming you're working with one) and check on the status of the inspection. I would also try to avoid extending the option period because if your buyer decides to walk away you just wasted alot of precious time. I hope this helps to put things in perspective.
All the best,
Elizabeth Cianciatto, ABR, e-PRO, CNMS, CNRS
Coldwell Banker Res. Brokerage
Flower Mound, TX
If there are agents involved, then they should be doing this for you.