Buyer and seller say as-is/Bank says as isn’t

So, we’re closing on a home and the sellers agreed to our price if we buy the place as-is.

The home inspection came back exceptionally good, the additional inspections show only minor repairs are needed that are well within our budget.

The bank appraisers want things done that none of our home inspectors are calling out (e.g., install an RO system in the kitchen, pretty much all the wells in this part of Oregon have trace levels of arsenic).

I’m trying to figure out how we buy a home as-is when the bank isn’t letting us? I mean if we got the seller’s permission to fix them ourselves prior to the sale, what if the sale fell through and we’d made a few thousand in repairs to their property for some other future buyer?

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So, we’re closing on a home and the sellers agreed to our price if we buy the place as-is. The home inspection came back exceptionally good, the additional inspections show only minor repairs are needed that are well within our budget. The bank appraisers want things done that none of our home inspectors are calling out (e.g., install an RO system in the kitchen, pretty much all the wells in this part of Oregon have trace levels of arsenic). I’m trying to figure out how we buy a home as-is when the bank isn’t letting us? I mean if we got the seller’s permission to fix them ourselves prior to the sale, what if the sale fell through and we’d made a few thousand in repairs to their property for some other future buyer? submitted by /u/bigbearandy [link] [comments]

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