(Oh) House is contingent and seller wants me to go ahead with inspection ASAP

Hey everyone! I’ve been a home owner for a while and been through a few transactions so, not my first time in the purchasing process.

Anyway, I’m currently in a contract where the purchase of a home is contingent on me selling my home within a set number of days. Obviously that’s nothing uncommon but it is a first for me. My previous home purchases have all come where I was in a situation that was more flexible.

So, with that all being said, the seller wants me to go ahead with the home inspection even though my current house hasn’t sold. It’s not terribly expensive to pay for the inspection, but it is a few hundred dollars. It’s also worth mentioning that they had to relist the house after their last seller fell through (after their inspection). They claim they never saw the report and that the other seller got cold feet on the property.

Any idea why the seller is so adamant we move forward with inspection? Should I continue and pay for it? Just curious on thoughts and opinions.

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Hey everyone! I’ve been a home owner for a while and been through a few transactions so, not my first time in the purchasing process. Anyway, I’m currently in a contract where the purchase of a home is contingent on me selling my home within a set number of days. Obviously that’s nothing uncommon but it is a first for me. My previous home purchases have all come where I was in a situation that was more flexible. So, with that all being said, the seller wants me to go ahead with the home inspection even though my current house hasn’t sold. It’s not terribly expensive to pay for the inspection, but it is a few hundred dollars. It’s also worth mentioning that they had to relist the house after their last seller fell through (after their inspection). They claim they never saw the report and that the other seller got cold feet on the property. Any idea why the seller is so adamant we move forward with inspection? Should I continue and pay for it? Just curious on thoughts and opinions. submitted by /u/TheMadChatta [link] [comments]

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