I'm supposed to close on a house at 9 am tomorrow. I never mentioned it because I fully expect something to get f*#ked up, as it appears to have happened. One thing to fix was a leaking shower pan. Around that was a damaged sole plate, which was noted on the inspection. It also stated there was a damaged sole plate at the rear of the house. It was listed as below... E. Walls (Interior & Exterior) Comments: Damaged sole plates at the rear of the house by the back door and in the corner by the shower. They did not fix the sole plate near the back door. We are to close in the morning. After taking several things that my agent (who I think dropped several balls) I'm just pissed. Is this a time where they didn't comply to their part of the contract and you can walk away, or do I just have to suck it up??? I will make sure they fix it if I buy it, but I wonder what breaks the deal for them. What a pain in the f*#king ass this whole deal has been. I would always rent, given the circumstances. Any good advice is appreciated.