02 Aug Pay for sewer line scope?
I am selling an older home that has shown no issues with plumbing, other than age. Our buyers had their inspection and as part of repairs they want all the plumbing lines scoped.
The way I see it, nothing on their inspection pointed to a plumbing problem so I don't know why I'd pay for a survey that doesn't benefit me at best and could lead to major renovation costs or forced seller disclosure at worst.
Was this not the responsibility of the buyers to perform, if they so wished, during the inspection phase? Is there any reason we should consider having this scope performed on our dime?