Asked by nachyaonline, Culver City, CA • Fri Jun 21, 2013
Our offer was accepted on a condo in Mar Vista. The condo was occupied by a tenant for the last 8 years, it has not been maintained properly. Most of the appliances don't work and there are little problems all around the house. The biggest problem was the AC unit closet has mold, the dry wall and the floor are covered with it. The kitchen cabinet under the sink also has mold. The seller has agreed to replace the dry wall, floor and the kitchen cabinet. Question is if replacing walls and cabinets is good enough to take care of the mold? Do I need to worry about anything else? Should I still get a mold inspection?
Overall the condo is not in a great shape cosmetically but it is also 30K cheaper than another condo sold in the same complex.
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