The single thorniest issue in real estate closings these days is the Property Inspection Contingency Addendums or PICA. If your real estate contract has one of these addendums there is a good chance something will be discovered during the home inspection that will need to be repaired.
Buyers too often drop their guard and accept the promises made in the Property Inspection Contingency Removal Addendums or PICRA by the Seller as a full resolution of the issue. But these are only promises, by a person who may be leaving town, short selling their home or who may be trusting or paying a crooked contractor to tell them the work is done.
Don’t let shoddy workmanship kill your deal!
Don’t risk discovering the morning of closing the promised work on the PICRA wasn’t done correctly. As a licensed Realtor, I know first hand the sinking feeling of trusting the seller side to make repairs, showing up with my client during a walkthrough, and having to postpose the closing.