For a variety of reasons I fired a contractor who was renovating my condo. He pulled a permit, but it was never closed out. I finished the renovations, and this permit is expired but technically still open.
Is this going to be a dealbreaker when I sell my condo? I’ve talked to one realtor who says nobody is going to care, one realtor who says nobody pays for inspections on condos; and one realtor who says this HAS to be fixed, it’s going to come up in the P&S and the buyers will back out.
I’ve already bought a house, and am looking to sell and move ASAP. At this point I can’t take on another 10-15k worth of debt, and spend months scheduling a building inspector, and fixing all the things they find. I’m not trying to hide this from a prospective buyer, I’ll report it on the disclosure form. I’m just wondering if it is a deal breaker, or if it’s something that will just lower the value of the unit by $10k or so (which I’m perfectly fine with).