The agreement does not clearly state that the report is to be made available, only on request. Is this a mistake by Dotloop, or is it still in the contract? Another thing that officers may not be aware of is the wording in most home inspection agreements. They normally include the wording that the report has been copied by the inspector and that the inspection report should not be forwarded to 3 parties (e.g. B to a subsequent buyer when the original inspection customer terminates the sale). This opens up additional liability for the inspector, given that a potential subsequent buyer does not participate in the conditions and restrictions of the initial home inspection, his contractual contract and the actual report. Most agreements also stipulate that if the buyer shares the relationship with third parties (someone outside the buyer, seller and agent involved), the customer (the original buyer) agrees to compensate the inspector if a 3rd party brings an action against the inspector. A real estate purchase agreement does not really transfer ownership of a house, building or land. Instead, it provides a framework for each party`s rights and obligations before the legal transfer of ownership can take place. As a title agent, we see IRS pledges like this and we can assure you that the IRS releases the pledge for the product. They have no interest in having a right of pledge in a house, they prefer to have the money. I see more often agreements that are denounced because of the failure of inspections and not the inability to erase the title. In these cases, rarely does someone show up and offer to reimburse me for the $$s I have during a search for a title, tax certificates, etc.

Declaration of the Seller`s Ownership Decision (§ 7304) – Sellers are required to enter into this disclosure of the property and make it available to buyers before signing a purchase and sale contract. This disclosure describes the seller`s knowledge of material defects in its goods. Pennsylvania Seller`s Property Disclosure Disclosure Statement (§ 7304) – The State of Pennsylvania establishes the obligation for the seller of property to provide the buyer with a declaration of opening of ownership. The form provided brings a general idea of the condition of the building and the land to the seller`s best understanding. It is recommended that the buyer use the services of a licensed inspector to continue to review the condition of the home before the sale is complete. An inspection serves the buyer`s knowledge. Some buyers may opt for an inspection. Other buyers may opt out of an inspection. There is no absolute that says a property must have an inspection. If the buyer leaves #1 after the inspection, why should a seller be required to disclose any item? Our purchase agreement allows a buyer to leave after inspection, regardless of the problem they don`t feel comfortable with. MANY, MANY buyers only get cold feet and finish with inspection like.

It happens all the time. This puts the seller in a terrible emergency situation. Do we not forget the inspectors who do not say “as competent” as the others and who understand something completely false in a report? Does this need to be disclosed? It doesn`t just seem to protect a seller. Put too much power on the buyers` side. It`s basically putting all the cards in the hands of buyers to negotiate a loan or huge repairs. in principle, because they know that a seller must disclose or remedy this situation instead of negotiating on the basis of the selling price, etc. Lisa, the new language that prescribes the submission of inspection reports, is set out in Section 13 B. What you see in Dotloop is the section 12(A) sentence that was retained in the contract under the Home Inspection Act. The Domestic Inspection Act stipulates that the seller is entitled to a free copy of a home inspection report, regardless of the content or other of the contract. Thanks for the update. One concern: The AOS I just traced back to Dotloop says, with regard to inspection reports: “The seller has the right to obtain, upon request, a free copy of each inspection report from the party for which it was prepared.” .

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