In Tennessee, items that seller agrees to repair, if put in writing on the " Buyer Inspection Contigency Removal /Notification" and "Repair Counter Proposal" become a part of the sales contract, just like any other terms of the contract.
The contract states that inspections are at the Buyer's expense.... more
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