3 best ways to resolve inspection issues – West Bloomfield real estate


There are 4 ways to resolve inspection issues on West Bloomfield real estate.  You want to give the seller a choice of what to do.  You don’t want them to just say no or counter offer you.   You want them to have multiple choices of what to do.  Either this or either that, you don’t want them to pick the fourth choice.  Because the fourth choice is to do nothing.

Inspection issues

Inspection issues

1.)  The first choice you give them is to do the work.  The seller of the West Bloomfield home can elect to do all the repairs themselves or hire a contractor to do the repairs.  They pay for all the repairs.

2.)  The second choice is to reduce the purchase price by an amount that the repairs would cost.  Most sellers will take that choice because it is less hassle for them.  They don’t have to find contractors, get quotes or any of that stuff.  They just sign an addendum.

3.)  The third choice for the seller is to do counter offer you on amount they will reduce the purchase price to or counter offer you on the amount of items that they will repair.

The fourth choice for the seller is to do nothing.  They can refuse to do anything.  Then it will be your choice as a buyer to buy the house or not.

So the best 2 ways to resolve inspections issues on the piece of West Bloomfield real estate you are buying is to do the repairs or lower the purchase price.

I hope these Metro Detroit home buying tips help you negotiate a positive ending on inspection problems.  The bottom line on the home inspection issues is how bad do you want the home and are these issues deal breakers.  Our goal is to get what you want.  We never want to discount an inspection issue that you feel is important.  After all it is going to be your home.  I am not going to live there.  I want you to be happy for years to come.  I do not want you to have to spend money to fix an issue if we can get the seller to fix it.

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