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The sale of the property at ** *** *** closed on February 8th, at or about 1pmAt 5:57pm the evening before closing the buyer asked to do a final walk through of the property, I explained that I did not have access into the house because the keys had already been given to the attorney
and their office was closed for the dayThe buyer said that was ok and did not ask to make any other arrangementsOn February 7th, and multiple times a week during the months prior to closing, I inspected the property thoroughlyDuring that time: There were not any issues with drainage on the property 2. There were not any issues with water in the basement 3. There were not any issues with mold in the basement. I did not open up the bathroom walls during the time my company owned the property so I do not know what is inside of themI did not promise to update ALL electrical; I did have a new electrical service installed along with some new electrical outletsI did not promise to update ALL plumbing; I did replace many kitchen and bathroom fixtures which included some new drain and supply linesI did not promise to seal the foundation of the house, there was no reason to do soThe buyer had a professional home inspection done on January 7th, All of the renovations planned were complete at that time and the buyer was present for the inspection of the finished productOn January 23rd, I agreed to give the buyer a “good will” credit in addition to repairing three things that she was concerned about from the inspection results: a boarded over basement window, a dripping supply line in the master bath and a cracked closet doorI did all the repairs promised including putting glass in the basement window that was boarded overThere is a different spot for a basement window which a previous owner insulated and covered; it is under the sunroom addition and is not exposed to the outside, the buyer never asked for anything to be done there and it didn’t seem to make sense to have glass there anywayI tightened the supply line in the master bath which stopped the dripping and there was not any other leaky plumbing on the propertyI see no reason to offer any refund or additional work on this property

The sale of the property at ** *** *** closed on February 8th, at or about 1pmAt 5:57pm the evening before closing the buyer asked to do a final walk through of the property, I explained that I did not have access into the house because the keys had already been given to the attorney
and their office was closed for the dayThe buyer said that was ok and did not ask to make any other arrangements On February 7th, and multiple times a week during the months prior to closing, I inspected the property thoroughlyDuring that time: There were not any issues with drainage on the property 2.? There were not any issues with water in the basement 3.? There were not any issues with mold in the basement.? I did not open up the bathroom walls during the time my company owned the property so I do not know what is inside of them I did not promise to update ALL electrical; I did have a new electrical service installed along with some new electrical outlets I did not promise to update ALL plumbing; I did replace many kitchen and bathroom fixtures which included some new drain and supply lines I did not promise to seal the foundation of the house, there was no reason to do so The buyer had a professional home inspection done on January 7th, All of the renovations planned were complete at that time and the buyer was present for the inspection of the finished productOn January 23rd, I agreed to give the buyer a “good will” credit in addition to repairing three things that she was concerned about from the inspection results: a boarded over basement window, a dripping supply line in the master bath and a cracked closet doorI did all the repairs promised including putting glass in the basement window that was boarded overThere is a different spot for a basement window which a previous owner insulated and covered; it is under the sunroom addition and is not exposed to the outside, the buyer never asked for anything to be done there and it didn’t seem to make sense to have glass there anywayI tightened the supply line in the master bath which stopped the dripping and there was not any other leaky plumbing on the property I see no reason to offer any refund or additional work on this property

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