List of demands; bathroom fan gets fixed

I learned a difficult lesson about a year ago when we were closing on a house purchase in this area. We had negotiated with the seller but there were certain repairs we wanted done to the house before we moved in. At the time, this seemed like the easiest way to secure a livable home without any extra headaches. We wouldn’t have to hunt down the contractors or supervise the work that they were doing, we simply waited for the work to be done and would move straight into the house. Unfortunately, this was not the right way to do things. It turns out, when you let the home seller complete the home repairs, they often do it as cheap as possible. In the end, they made it irreparable damages to the home instead of fixing it. That’s why, this time around I’m not taking any chances. I’ve been negotiating the price of a new home for sale in my area, and I’m not willing to budge on several ventilation projects. The house is lacking a ventilation fan in the bathroom, which absolutely won’t fulfill my air quality needs. I know better than to have a humid bathroom without an overhead exhaust fan. It’s necessary to remove the extra humidity after every shower, unless you want to scrub mold and mildew from your walls. That being said, I would like to handle the exhaust fan installation on my own. I can hire my own HVAC technician and make sure that the job is done correctly. The owner is insistent that they can complete to the ventilation rehabs before I move in, but I’m not falling for it again.

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