I suggest that your Agent do the walk trhu with you so you can work it out at the Settlement table.
Was the repairs needed to be certified according to you Mtg commitment? ??
If so ...... have your Mtg Call it and you have some wiggle room to help yourself.
All the best J C
Don Sherman SRES
Century21 Advantage Gold -Castor
Do you still want the house?
Are you looking for a cause to exit the purchase contract?
Are you suspecting the corrections have not been made?
Does the falsified receipts make you want to exit the contract?
Do you possess fully executed documents that will allow your position to prevail?
With only five days to closing, time may be an issue for you.
You may want to consider having YOUR original inspector take a look at the repairs to determine if the significant issue(s) shown on the report have been corrected. IF your inspector is a professional and not a drama instigator, you may find a path to equitable resolution.
Since there is no mention of professional representation for either the buyer or seller, you have placed yourself with basically one option. Do you want the house or does this transgression supersede your desire to purchase? You may still have a choice.
Good luck and let me know if you need any other help with this. Don't be afraid to go after these people-they of possibly be defined as criminals.
Carol Cei, Realtor
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