Asked by Buddy, SOUTHERN MARYLAND • Tue Feb 17, 2009
condition with no repairs, inspections, etc to be provided by the seller. A home inspection (at the purchaser's expense) cannot be performed until after the date of acceptance by the seller. And then it has to be done within 10 calendar days. Is this the normal way? Any deficiencies found by the home inspection must be brought to the attention of the bank which currently owns the home (through a foreclosure) within 12 days from date of acceptance with copies of the report and statements as to why the buyer wants to withdraw the offer in writing. Something sounds wrong to me. Seems like if an inspection could be done (at my expense) prior to making an offer, I would have a better idea of what to offer. Any thoughts?
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