Hi! I'm looking for some advice here. Buyers are expected to close on our home of 3.5 years on the 30th...but there still is a big issue of our roof that we are dealing with. After the inspection, the buyers wanted a few repairs around the house done, as well as a roof inspection (with repairs/replacement if necessary). Well, roof inspection didn't go so well. Contractor says there is hail damage, but overall the roof is in poor shape due to poor installation and says we need a whole new roof (our roof is only 10 years old). Our agent suggested filing a claim to see if insurance will cover. We did...adjuster came out with contractor and they said they won't cover. Now we are getting a second adjuster to come out to try to change their minds. This won't be able to happen until the 29th...one day before closing! The contractor gave a high estimate of $15000 for replacement and our agent says the buyers may want us to put half that aside for them for future roof replacement. This seems excessive right? What is a reasonable deal considering we have only been there for a short time and the roof isn't even that old? We are moving to a different state and are already under a contingent contract of a new house so we need to sell fast, but also need the money for a down payment.