Can a buyer back out during final walk through?
Similarly, what can buyers demand at final walk through?
A walk-through gives the buyer time to inspect the property before closing to ensure it's in the same condition as it was when they made an offer. If repairs or replacements were part of the contract, it's also a time to check the repairs and replacements are to your specifications.
Also, what happens during a final walk through?
A final walkthrough is just like it sounds—it's a walk through the house you're about to buy. The final walkthrough gives you time to confirm that the seller made agreed upon repairs, and to check that no new issues have cropped up since the home inspection (which happens earlier in the house-buying journey).
Your next step is a final walk-through, arranged through your real estate agent, at least a week before closing. The goal: Ensure the property's condition hasn't changed since your last visit, that any agreed-upon repairs have been made and that the terms of your contract will be met.