The two courses of block were displaced over six feet in length and measured approximately 1-7/8 inches out at the bottom of the ledger. This area was an addition to the original structure and there was not any access to the interior portion.
Other issues to the house include the deck that had loose guards, uneven steps and deck boards that had been rotted through. Numerous wood window frames rotted and three wooden exterior doors and thresholds that were deteriorated. The roof had numerous issues and the gutters and downspouts were loose, damaged and sloped incorrectly.
I guess the client, after she step into an overgrown water feature, seeing the block and the other issues with the home decided not to purchase it and stopped the inspection.
I did offer her a reduced price but she insisted on paying in full. She also signed an addendum to the contract and a report was generated, for those areas inspected, and emailed to her.
I have never canceled an inspection. My client, the consumer, stopped the inspection and she was with me every step of the way, excluding the roof.
As far as agents, there are good and bad ones. I do not rely solely on agent referrals, nor are they my client.