Seller wants to push closing, we agreed to u&o but they must pay us a per dime rate. Now they want to go back and lower our credit.

Was supposed to close this month, seller wants to push exactly one month out. We said no due to rate lock price, but agreed to push out one week with a u&o with a fair per diem rate.

Seller now wants to revisit our credits for the cost of $6k (per diem rate is about $2k for the total time frame). They want to fix the limited electrical work on their own (fine), but we had a structural engineer and contractor come and they caught a retaining wall that needs to be repaired. The sellers had the town come and the inspection was cleared, so now they believe this repair should be removed. They also were supposed to have their plumber come to jet the line and record it. No recording…but the plumber wrote it was clear and fine on the receipt.

Not really sure how to proceed here, and what to agree on. We had split the cost of repairs to begin with, we are providing a u&o, with one week being no charge (except utilities). Would like some practical advice. And yes, we have a lawyer.

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Was supposed to close this month, seller wants to push exactly one month out. We said no due to rate lock price, but agreed to push out one week with a u&o with a fair per diem rate. Seller now wants to revisit our credits for the cost of $6k (per diem rate is about $2k for the total time frame). They want to fix the limited electrical work on their own (fine), but we had a structural engineer and contractor come and they caught a retaining wall that needs to be repaired. The sellers had the town come and the inspection was cleared, so now they believe this repair should be removed. They also were supposed to have their plumber come to jet the line and record it. No recording…but the plumber wrote it was clear and fine on the receipt. Not really sure how to proceed here, and what to agree on. We had split the cost of repairs to begin with, we are providing a u&o, with one week being no charge (except utilities). Would like some practical advice. And yes, we have a lawyer. submitted by /u/jillianmichele25 [link] [comments]

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