If the repair costs exceed the credit, the buyer has no future recourse against the seller! Alternatively, the seller may disagree with the true cost of the repairs and refuse to grant credit if the repairs may be less. In these situations, the most reasonable solution would be a trust agreement after the conclusion. A fiduciary remediation agreement is a written contract that withholds a certain amount of proceeds from the seller`s sale, intended for agreed buyers` repairs and possibly claimed. The transferred funds would be held by a neutral fiduciary agent to whom the parties have mutually agreed until the repairs are made within a specified period of time. After the buyer`s repairs have been completed and duly documented to the satisfaction of the fiduciary agent and the seller, the rest of the deposited funds, if any, are returned to the seller. On the other hand, sometimes a seller cannot ensure the services of a serious general contractor on time, because planning for immediate repairs would be prohibitive or the seller simply does not have the capital to carry out the repairs.. . .