You can negotiate with the seller that they have repairs made. Typically by contractors that they choose and you have your inspector re-inspect the property to verify the repairs have been made.
You can re-negotiate the sales price of the home and have the repairs made by contractors that you choose. In this instance you will need a repair estimate that provides a you with a cost break down of the repairs in your home inspection report.
You can walk away from the purchase. Make sure your purchase agreement contains a inspection contingency (also called a “due diligence contingency”) gives the buyer the right to have the home inspected within a specified time period. It protects the buyer, who can cancel the contract or negotiate repairs based on the findings of the home inspector.
This report includes repair estimate quotes from the *Porch company for defects and potential problems raised in your inspection reports. This report will be available for viewing within 48 hours of report upload. Or you can add Rush Delivery to receive it within 24 hours (additional rush fee $40).
This item is located on the order form when booking your inspection.
The Repair Estimate Report from Porch brings a new level of transparency to the home inspection process, through detailed cost estimates.
The Repair Estimate Report (RER) uses the details from the inspection report to create cost estimates that agents and clients can use during their negotiation process.