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Thank you Professional Devep. and Dale Carlton
Also, this is not a question about the document, but the inspection itself. What are your thoughts on a buyer attending an inspection with no licensed agent present? I had the request this am to give code to inspector so he and buyer could go do inspection. We've always been told that is an extreme liability but it seems to be more common in other areas.
Thank you Dale
Good morning all
I feel that the IRSA form needs a box that can be checked in the event the buyer does not submit it within the allowed ten days. Not everyone submits them in a timely manner.
How do you handle the tension between 16A and the last sentence in paragraph 25 (risk of loss) with the hail storm?
What about a brokers signature? Is it not fully executed until he/she signs?
GREAT question Anita
BECAUSE IT STILL WORKS!!
Most older stuff works better anyway!!
With a Delayed Occupancy I’ve run into issues with other side understanding page 4 timing on IRSA
These blanks need to be WAY bigger...
Comment on whether the listing agent/seller has any rights as to who does the inspection? twice this has happened - the seller refusing to allow a "specific" inspector to do the inspection - this was a licensed inspector the buyer chose - the seller refused to allow it - in one transaction, the buyer said ok; in the other the buyer refused and the deal fell through
Talk about agents sending a copy of the home inspection report, not an IRSA
what is the proper way to document the request of the list or request is too long to fit in section 1? attachment A or exhibit? or general addendum?
put in other see general addendum
Should you send a copy of Inspection report along with the IRSA from the buyer to the seller?
I've always done a 2nd page and have all parties initial that they've seen it
The problem with putting repair requests on a GA is that there isn't a response option.
If the space were adequate, we wouldn't have to also do a GA. Just saying. :)
If seller agrees to buyers requested repairs- they move onto to page 4 and do not sign paragraph 4 correct?
If i'm representing seller and don't agree to give them more time but they still did not turn in within 10 days
Shouldn't your broker be signing everything before you send it out for buyer/seller signature?
Could you speak briefly about how this document relates to survey? As opposed to repairs only.
@Phillip, that would be BEST practice but AREC License Law and Regulations states Brokers must review everything prior to closing.
Should agents attend the inspection?
Thank you, Melinda.
Also, shouldn't we always request permission to provide that to the seller? Buyer paid for that and it's their report.
Do you have to get your buyers permission to send the inspection report to sellers? They own the report.
how does this relate to a survey
on lot and land
@Jennifer, yes, that's the way I understand it.
@Keith a Survey is an inspection of the land and that is what D is for on IRSA paragraph 1
Although, getting a survey is virtually impossible within the 10 days.
This has been FABULOUS!!!! Thank you so much!
How does the IRSA page 4 apply in early occ and delayed occ situations?
I think you should always be at your inspections just so you can make sure Inspectors turn everything off and leave the house in the same condition it was in when you got there, I attend all of my inspections wether the house is occupied or vacant I feel it is my responsibility to be there
Thanks so very much, this has been awesome.
This was great! Looking forward to the next one!
Thank you, Dale, LaDonna, and everyone for setting this up. Much appreciated!
Thank you Dale This was Awesome!!!
obviously from all the questions - this program is GREAT and appreciate all follow up!!!! THANKS
Thank you. Looking forward to the next one!!!
Awesome as always! Thank you so much!
thank you dale & ladonna & PD committee
Thank you so much to all that has been involved in putting this together!
As always, your awesome.
Thank you. good info
Thank you Dale!!
very informative thank you