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  1. #1
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    Default How to Reply to Buyer's "Reply to Inspections"

    My question involves real estate located in the State of: PA

    A pretty basic question for you experts: I have a buyer that just got their inspections back and sent me a "Reply to Inspections/Reports" form asking for repairs & money. I dont accept their terms, but I am wanting to agree to some repairs and less money.

    Is there an official form that I should use to reply to their proposal, or would sending an informal email to their agent denying their terms suffice?

    As far as coming back with a proposal of my own, do I fill out the same "Reply to Inspections" form that they used to spell out my terms?

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    Default Re: How to Reply to Buyer's "Reply to Inspections"

    I have no idea what the legal requirements are in PA so you would be wise to have an attorney assist you with this.

    However, my preference would be a face to face sit-down with the buyer to negotiate the details. Then write an addendum to the contract, in duplicate, both signing both copies and each keeping a copy.

    If you cannot reach an agreement, then you send him a written declination of his demands and let him decide whether to buy as is or not buy.

    If you can't or won't do a sit-down, then a detailed letter regarding your counter-offer should suffice.

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    Default Re: How to Reply to Buyer's "Reply to Inspections"

    Are you working with a realtor on this?

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