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Sara Mehrpouyan CDPE
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Speak with your agent broker determine if you can resolve these issues.
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It is not clear to me if you ended up signing the property condition/inspection contingency removal. If you did, you are telling the seller that you have inspected the property and are accepting its current condition including the appliances that are not working properly. Signing the contingency removal without getting the seller's concessions in writing leaves you with less negotiating power.
If you didn't sign it, DON"T until you receive the concessions you are expecting in writing. If you did sign, have your realtor continue to push for what was verbally promised and hopefully the sellers and/or seller's agent will do the right thing.
Best of Luck!
April Tavares, GRI, ASP
Realtor, DRE License #01742179
Make sure that the repairs that you expect are done before you sign. It is amazing how people jump into action when the buyer says firmly that they need to do as agreed.
Ask your agent to resubmit the request for repairs and be specific about the amount you want. A CAR request for repair form has a signature line for the seller to agree or refuse. This is the document that should have been used from the start. Since you are this far into the contract without anything in writing it unlikely the seller will offer to pay. I would ask your realtor to discuss getting a consession from the listing realtor.