It's not about getting the seller to make repairs, it's about buying a home. If you love the property just move on, lesson learned, and make the best of it. You wanted a house right?
All the best,
Marta L. Aislant, Realtor
Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate
You don't have a buyer's agent, do you?
Sounds like you are buying this house, as is. Good for you - is this indeed the house that you did indeed seek to buy?
Sounds like if your due diligence period definition is in writing, then not only is it right, it's probably fair, as long as you and the seller agreed to it...
I would explain the issue as you see it to the sellers and the seller's agent, and see what they'd be willing to do, but sounds to me at this point that you are at their mercy.
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where is your agent? how much is the deposit?
Or try your best to communicate to seller agent to explain that you don't understand this, and take it for granted that the contract is terminated because you didn't reach agreement on the repair credit.
Do you have finiancial contingency, if yes, try terminate using that contingency. like you had trouble to get a loan.