I looked over the inspection report for one of the properties in escrow. Zero problems at all. (The biggest "action items" were missing face covers on the outlets.
One problem remains though... When the city turned over the water, they broke the valve. So the water could not be turned on for thbe inspection.
The valve is probably not a big deal (though I am not offering to pay for it). The bigger problem is that the inspector could not adequately inspect any of the plumbing. My realtor is trying to deal with it. (She is very much on top of it and knows/understands where I stand.)
We may need to extend the inspection deadline. Otherwise, I will have to fail the inspection. (Abundance of caution).
On another property, I got an addendum from my realtor. The seller (bank) will be paying for the termite treatment. That is somewhat unusual.
I called the A/C people on one of my existing units. They had to service it twice in April. I asked what the useful life was. He said basically ZERO. So I have to plan/budget for that and let the tenants know that if the compressor happens to go out, I do NOT want replace it.
I called my bank to verify rent receipt. All in and accounted for (except for the ones that are mailed to me and I deposit). I will get to those later in the week.
I am having all kinds of problems with my pool service. This is the 3rd pool service company I have been with and their service is poor. The tenant is having to email me the sign in sheet to prove that the "technician" was only there twice last month. Otherwise, the company wants to "punt" on the problem- and of course still bill me for it.
When I get that, I will send out a strongly worded letter to the cmopany. It may be time to start searching for "yet another" pool service company. Sadly, their quality seems to be right around that of property management companies.