Read your contract. It stipulates the deadlines for the home inspection issues to be presented. If that deadline passes without the buyers presenting any home inspection issues, additional home inspections are superfluous.
Having said that, if they want to do another one, let them. They are buying the house and they are the ones who ultimately have to be satisfied.
Getting in their way at this point can only poison the deal. In this market, the buyers are more in control than the sellers. The sellers typically just have to be patient and hope for the best. There are few buyers and lots of homes to buy.
So keep it pleasant, give them easy access, and hope things work out. You have a much better chance to close if you avoid power plays. They have the money, they are on the strong side of the supply-demand equation, they set the agenda.
In 2006 you could have thrown them under the bus and found another buyer in 2 weeks. But this is 2009. At least until Friday...
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