Asked by Socalhomebuyer, San Diego, CA • Mon May 26, 2008
His response to all repair requests is a flat out no. I think the asking price is fair, but this is also a conventional sell (not a short sale or a foreclosure). Property was not listed with 'AS-IS' or any indication that this would be the case. My agent is suggesting that the seller will not relist the home should I choose to walk away, but I am wary that this is a pressure tactic.
The amount for repairs is less than 2% purchase price and seems to be a trivial thing to completly walk away from the deal over. Is accepting a home at asking price and buying 'AS-IS' in the current market conditions just crazy??
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