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Posted by Craig Summers on January 8, 2016
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Should I include an inspection contingency in my offer?

An “inspection contingency” protects you as a buyer in a purchase offer by allowing you to cancel closing on the deal if an inspector finds problems with the Dallas Georgia Homes & Rockmart GA Homes area property.
As soon as the seller accepts a written offer, the document becomes a legally binding contract. The purchase contract can be written to include a contingency for any repairs found to be needed or related items the seller must take care of before closing. If these are not dealt with, and you have such a clause in your contract, you can delay or possibly cancel the closing.

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