and how long do they have to take care of the repairs ?

Asked by Casie C, 33312 Fri Jul 13, 2012

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PollyAnna Sn…, Agent, Bozeman, MT
Mon May 13, 2013
Hi Cassie - first the repairs have to be agreed upon. No repairs are mandated unless in the contract via request and agreement to repair. That same area of the contract will also stipulate the amount of time to get them done. Do you have an agent? If so, he/she should be able to point this out to you. If not, read carefully:) Ope this helps. Cheers!
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Meir Aloni, Agent, Plantation, FL
Mon Sep 17, 2012
Hi Casie,
IF you have a signed contract between you and the seller/s, the contract should indicate how long the seller/s has/have to repair the property, as per inspection results...
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Juan Santos, , Pembroke Pines, FL
Sat Jul 14, 2012

Do you have a full time Realtor guiding you? I hope you do !!

If you do not have a Realtor - call our office with as much information as you could gather within 10 minutes in regard to the transaction.

Looking forward to hear from you !!

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Ron Thomas, Agent, Fresno, CA
Fri Jul 13, 2012
If you are talking about the Sellers, during a SALE, with Contingent repairs, they should be done before the Escrow Closes.

If you are talking about repairs to a house, where the cost of repairs is included in the Escrow; that can vary with the amount of the repairs, and would be agreed to before the Escrow closed.

If you're not talking about either of these;
I don't know what you're talking about.
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Andrew Muller, Agent, Weston, FL
Fri Jul 13, 2012
Who are "they"? If you have a written contract executed, you should have everything covered.
Your realtor would have the answers or find them out for you.If this is a foreclosure and they accepted your offer in writing, they know, that they would have to make the place pass FHA appraisal( if they did agree that your offer consist FHA finance)
Without knowing details and see the signed contract, it is hard to answer your questions.
It raises more questions than give answers.
Andrew Muller, Realtor, Weichert Realtors, Loan Originator, Best Beach Lending
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