A Buyer’s Walk-thru and Acceptance – A Michael Clapp Dagnabbit

You need to get a Buyer’s Walk-thru and Acceptance PRIOR TO or AT CLOSING! Not the day after or weeks later.  That kind of defeats the point of getting the Walk-thru.

Remember, this is for ALL of our closed residential sales – not lots.  And it doesn’t matter if it’s your listing and the buyers agent doesn’t do walk-thru’s.  You should have one at the title company for the buyer to sign.  They can certainly mark that they chose not to do one, but it must be signed.

On new construction, the form provided by the builder is sufficient.

If the buyer is unwilling to sign the form because they feel there are still outstanding issues they should get them resolved prior to closing.

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