We had a home inspection done, but a week before closing our buyers want an inspection and “all findings coming off of the sale price”.
We have a paragraph in our Agreement of Sale that gives our buyers the right to obtain an home inspection:
“The Buyers have examined this home and found it suitable for their particular needs. They relied on their own judgment and inspection. They have opted to not obtain a home inspection at this time.“
There is no language in the agreement about us (the seller) having to legally fix anything or provide compensation upon the findings of this home inspection.
Are we allowed to say no to a list of their last minute “findings” because there is no contingency listed in the agreement anywhere for what to do on the results of a home inspection?