Sellers breach of contract? Trying to reduce concessions.

Hi all! I made a post a little bit ago about a house we want to purchase. The sellers offered 18k in concessions which doesn’t include all the requested repairs that were in the removal addendum. Since we love the property so much, we wanted to move forward and settle for the concessions they offered even if it doesn’t cover the HVAC which we are willing to pay out of our own pockets.

However, yesterday, our realtor said that they are now reducing the concessions to 15k since they are paying for the termite and moisture inspection. They already included the VA appraisal repairs in the 18k which should not have been allowed under the removal addendum.

We want to terminate the contract ( if they press with the 15k) without losing our EMD since they have been such a pain to deal with. It is two weeks to our supposed close and the negotiation period has already lapsed.

What is the best steps moving forward? We’re just heartbroken over this whole process.

Screenshot of addendum

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Hi all! I made a post a little bit ago about a house we want to purchase. The sellers offered 18k in concessions which doesn’t include all the requested repairs that were in the removal addendum. Since we love the property so much, we wanted to move forward and settle for the concessions they offered even if it doesn’t cover the HVAC which we are willing to pay out of our own pockets. However, yesterday, our realtor said that they are now reducing the concessions to 15k since they are paying for the termite and moisture inspection. They already included the VA appraisal repairs in the 18k which should not have been allowed under the removal addendum. We want to terminate the contract ( if they press with the 15k) without losing our EMD since they have been such a pain to deal with. It is two weeks to our supposed close and the negotiation period has already lapsed. What is the best steps moving forward? We’re just heartbroken over this whole process. Screenshot of addendum submitted by /u/Z_Laurent [link] [comments]

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