Can I assume he walked for more than just one cracked tile?
If the house is a money pit, the inspection is good investment. Few
houses are pefect and a potential buyer can be put off of a reallly good
buy over something simple if they don't understand the report.
On Sunday, June 25, 2017 at 9:14:21 PM UTC-4, Ed Pawlowski wrote:
He bought the house with the cracked tile. It was the one with the pool
(and a ton of other pretty major issues) that he walked away from. I agreed
with his choice. He wanted a house that he could spend money upgrading, not
just fixing. He got what he wanted and spent his money on tools (miter saw,
table saw, etc.) and now sends me pictures of the things he's making to make
an already sound house fun to live in. A day-bed for the patio, a dog-crate
end-table, a patio table from an old whisky barrel, etc.
And of course, he needs time for his boat.
On Sunday, June 25, 2017 at 8:31:27 AM UTC-4, DerbyDad03 wrote:
That's for sure. IDK if you could get them to come back out
after just a few months to explain what you are seeing.
I suppose if you raise a big stink, they might, but they
aren't in the business of hand holding.
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