Asked by Ms, Massachusetts • Mon Mar 8, 2010
Before we put our home on the market, we had a home inspection done on it by a reputable inspector. He found a few minor things that we addressed...but other wise he said the house was in good shape and that we had done all the right renovations on it.
We signed a contract to purchase with a buyer that had been out of the housing market for 18 years. The buyer had the home inspected by a local guy with a very tough reputation (so we are told). Now the buyer is backing out due to the home inspection.
The buyers absolutely refused to give us any information as to what the inspector found. They just said that they weren't happy with what was reported and don't want to buy the house. We have no way of knowing what should be fixed or what issues the inspector found because they were told not to divulge anything to us (the sellers)! Our agent couldn't get their agent to budge on giving her some idea as to the problem!
Where do we go from here? Do we hire another inspector? Help!
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