I sold my home 6 months ago. The inspection was done, closing completed. Buyer coming back to me now with some repairs he wants me to pay for.

I completed all items on list, provided receipts, they signed off on everything in final walk through as well. We closed on August 23rd. Now he still expects me to pay for stuff that is happening with the house??
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answer by Steven Hackman    |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
Unless you intentionally hid a repair issue or didn't disclose something on the seller's disclosure you were aware of, you should not be liable for additional repairs after closing. However, you may want to get an attornyes advice.
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answer by Lori Choate    |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
Were they repairs you should have disclosed and didn't? Typically, the seller doesn't pay for any further repairs after closing...that is up to the buyer. However, if the repairs are items that a/you knew about and failed to disclose, or b/the repairs could not have been discovered by their inspector because you covered them up, then it is best to work with them to help them solve the issues. If none of the above, just politely tell them you are no longer responsible for repairs because they had an inspection.
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answer by Raisa Wilfong    |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
Hi Lisa, unless it was undisclosed by you and unidentified by the inspector, the buyer has no grounds to come after you for repairs. After the buyer has an inspection done, which is during the option period, they're agent will put together a repair addendum which you the seller and the buyer have to agree to, so if said repairs were not requested at that time, then you all agreed to the sell of the property "as is" which the buyer signed and agreed to per the contract. If you have any questions please call me I'd be happy to help in any way that I can.
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