Backing out of an As-Is sale

To make a long story short, entered into a contract on As-is sale, and during inspection elevated radon levels were found. We asked the seller to mitigate the radon prior to closing, and they refused because “As-Is”. We pulled the offer after 2 weeks and offered to give the seller the earnest money. No response from the seller yet. Thoughts here? If we had any idea radon would be an issue, it would have been a contingency. The seller’s disclosure mentions no radon and the area we are buying in is apparently well known for high levels (We didn’t know this, we are from out of town).

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To make a long story short, entered into a contract on As-is sale, and during inspection elevated radon levels were found. We asked the seller to mitigate the radon prior to closing, and they refused because “As-Is”. We pulled the offer after 2 weeks and offered to give the seller the earnest money. No response from the seller yet. Thoughts here? If we had any idea radon would be an issue, it would have been a contingency. The seller’s disclosure mentions no radon and the area we are buying in is apparently well known for high levels (We didn’t know this, we are from out of town). submitted by /u/Bladeandbarrel711 [link] [comments]

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