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davidp

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  1. hey, had an offer accepted on a house and just had a survey done and the survey came back saying there was some damp problems so got a specialist in to check it out and quote on how much it'd cost to fix it. price came back at £1500. Im wondering if i should reduce the offer as the damp is something that will need fixing straight away. But im pretty hesitant to reduce the offer as i think i got the house for a good price and the house does need quite abit of work done to it and maybe fixing the damp is all part of the renovation. Im not trying to stitch her up by offering lower just a cost that i didnt factor in. and when you think about it, knocking £1500 off the mortgage will have little effect on the my mortgage payments so it might not be worth the hassle. She is also taking the oven which is pretty annoying as the kitchen needs to be completely redone but i wont be able to do it straight away and im planning on getting a built in oven in the kitchen. its not a good oven or anything just an inconvenience to get another oven and found out from the real estate agent that shes got an oven in the place shes buying. Shes as old lady so she might just really like her oven. what do you guys think?
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