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If the home is under contract and the home inspection has been performed, the central SC contract states that all repairs will be performed by a licensed contractor. The only way I know to get aroud doing repairs without a licensed contractor would be to state in writing and get the buyer to agree on the repair addendum that repairs will be performed by someone else. Good luck on the sale of your home.
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You should also make sure that the contractor gets permits in accordance with your local building codes. I just had a closing that was held up for two to three weeks while the current owners went back and obtained building permits for repairs they did over the past five years or so without obtaining permits. It's very important to follow all the rules and regulations. Failure to do that will impact both your ability to sell the home and the ability of future owners to do so as well.