Inspector sucked donkey balls! He was an idiot, he flipped the AC kill switch in the attic (the switch is near the attic light switch) then reported that our HVAC system didn't work. Well no shit, you turned it off!
There is some ceiling water damage from the previous owner (no discoloration, but some bowing) from the AC drip pan not being installed properly and a failed compressor. All was in our sellers disclosure. The damage is purely cosmetic. Well this ass hat wrote that our roof was leaking, needs to be replaced and was the original roof from 1995. WRONG, roof was replaced in 2002 ,again, in the sellers disclosure.
So, we then had an uphill battle of having to prove to the buyer that their inspector was a retard.
Well, that is done, all is agreed upon and we are back to moving forward with a closing date for December 14th.
I love it, none of the houses behind us will be able to see into the first floor, so I won't need any privacy blinds for the back of the house that isn't a bed room.
Also, makes for a fun rock climbing wall. I already climbed up it about half way before I realized I was high enough to hurt myself...I now know how Jaxon will break his arm in the future, and maybe your kid too Adam. haha
Right now we are living with the in-laws, which they are awesome for letting us do so. We are paying them $300/month in rent plus help with the groceries.
Tiffany's business, Jaxon's room, our two dogs and 1 cat + us are all in her Dad's office. The fold up cots are getting a little old, but it will all be worth it.
I'm confused. I assume the garage is on the left side of this picture, but what's the big opening on the right side? That almost looks like a separate single stall garage..? Regardless, great looking shape to the house. Will you be going with brick or stone or..?
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