How to negotiate after home inspection?
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Negotiating after a home inspection can depend on the specifics of the findings of the inspection. It is important to consider the nature of the discrepancies found, the estimated costs to repair them, and whether the seller is willing to make any repairs.
If the inspection reveals issues that are of a large scale, it is possible to negotiate with the seller for a lower purchase price or for the seller to make the needed repairs. Other options include negotiating for the seller to cover closing costs, provide additional concessions, or add a home warranty to the sale. Ultimately, every negotiation will be unique to the circumstances.