Asked and AnsweredThere’s a repair needed in the apartment that the Seller promises to remedy after the closing. Is that a good idea?
No. Whenever anything has to be done after the closing is completed, it is almost always a hassle for all involved. Rarely do things get handled when promised and disputes often arise about the release of an escrow that is held until a condition is remedied. To the greatest extent possible, avoid post-closing agreements of any kind.