My husband and I are extremely disappointed. After finding our perfect home we made an offer and it was accepted.
We were told it would be a good idea to pay for our own home inspection this way if any repairs were needed we could modify the purchase price and make the repairs ourselves.
So our inspector found about $1,500 worth of repairs which were not of immediate concern but in the future we’d need to repair.
So there was an addendum to make our purchase price $1,500 less.
Now comes the required VA inspection. It was approved after the seller installed 2 handrails. Great!
Unfortunately, Marissa Rose, our VUHL representative mistakenly submitted our private inspection to the underwriter and now the underwriter will not close until our private inspection repairs are made.
Even though we obtained a VA Inspection approval. Needless to say we will be obtaining a new lender since the seller does not have money to make these repairs.
One more thing, this process has taken over 2 months.
2 months of sending documents and re-sending them because the rep “didn’t have them.” What a waste of time.