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Maria Scors,  in New Jersey

SHOULD YOU ACCEPT AN INSPECTION CONTINGENCY? Maria Scors mariascors@NJHomesMove.com

Asked by Maria Scors, New Jersey Tue Jun 10, 2008

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Another interesting question by a Real Estate Pro. Any special situation to warrant this question?

But yes, we always recommend inspection contingency, whether we represent seller or buyer - for protection of our clients, for full disclosure and to avoid future liability. Both sides win in this case.

If the buyers don't want inspections, we ask them to sign a waiver.

Sylvia
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Sylvia Barry,…, Real Estate Pro in Marin, CA
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Here in Florida, the majority of the contracts are always contingent on the home inspection and there is a time frame for that of 10 days. Just be sure there is a time frame for that contingency to be released and accepted.
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