A property that is an estate is not the permission to hide defects. In addition, the seller should have received a copy of an inspection report when the buyer resigns. Termination involves a problem that the seller should know to reveal it. If the desire not to receive the report is to avoid disclosure, that seems a bit unethical. On the other hand, I would absolutely accept the right to refuse certain inspectors because of the weight they have on a house. But as agents, we need to accept this part of the process and not see all inspectors as a complete door. Yes, there will be problems with every home. That is why we need to know the houses ourselves. We need to know what we are selling.

There will always be the casual buyer who will try to acquiesce and encircle the seller or buyer who resigns for no good reason…