We have an accepted offer on a small townhouse we love. But today's inspection showed some problems. Can you guys tell me if these few are bad please?
-Seller won't sign disclosure. Is this bad? Should I insist she sign?
-The house apparently has 50 AMPS electricity. It's built 6 years ago, and is 1800+600, so this seems wrong, right? Should be a lot higher. Is this easy to remedy and how to do it?
-Similarly, electricity board is overloaded. (I think the term is junction box). Inspector said probably need to split into another box to prevent possible fires, and to meet code.
-The hot water in the spare bathroom doesn't run at a good speed/volume. The listing agent says it's probably calcium deposits from lack of use.
-There were some small things like possible water spots, doors that won't latch, possible "settling" of the house, but we love it, so we think as long as above are fixed, it's not an issue. Are we stupid for thinking so? Hoping to draw on your combined wisdom quick, before we continue with either the most exciting purchase, or commit to the dumbest mistake of our lives.