Certain guiding principles must be respected. Can you get the job done before the countdown? The seller will receive the full purchase price, so why wouldn`t the buyer receive the entire property? Have repairs done before billing so they can be evaluated and classified completed. This is very useful, but there are some obstacles and other considerations when this approach. In today`s world, settlements occur much earlier than before after an agreement is reached. The parties may negotiate an alternate settlement date to allow for repairs, but there is no guarantee that an agreement can be reached. Inspection Contingency Addendum – Allows the buyer to conclude a sales contract that depends on whether part or all of the property is a clean inspection by an authorized third party (3rd). Addendum to Lead-Based Paint – Must be attached to any agreement in which the property was built before 1978. Sellers and buyers agreed and buyers carried out their inspections. An inspection of the synthetic stucco revealed a problem and a contractor was commissioned to conduct an assessment and provide an estimate. The estimate was $15,000 and buyers and sellers agreed to reduce the purchase price by that amount. The timing and the planned contractors did not allow the repairs before the countdown. A supplement is added either as a disclosure to inform the buyer of an actual or potential problem in the premises. For example, the lead-based paint endorsement is required when the house was built before 1978 to warn the new owner of the paint falling or burst.