Double check the terms in your contract. Generally speaking, after the inspections are done, Inspection Notice is given thereby ending the Inspection Period. At this time, the buyer may a) Accept the property as is, b) Withdraw their offer due to any finding from the inspection that they find Unacceptable, or c) submit a Resolution of Unacceptable Conditions along with the Inspection Notice. The Resolution of Unacceptable Conditions allows for the buyer to address any issues noted on the inspection report and ask for the seller to repair, remove, add, fix, or whatever the inspector calls for. The buyer may ask for a specific dollar amount in lieu of repairs. Once you decide what is best for you to do in this particular instance, have your agent deliver Notice & the Resolution within the time period specified in the contract so that you don't lose your rights. Then it's up to the seller to accept, reject, or offer to renegotiate. Please ask your agent to go over the time lines and deadlines with you again so that you have a good understanding of what your options are.