There are no mandatory fixes required after a home inspection other than what is negotiated between the buyer and the seller. If the home is located where a Point of Sale inspection is required by the city of residence, then those repairs identified by the city housing inspector must be assumed by either the buyer or the seller in order for the title to transfer. If the buyer’s Lender is requiring repairs or certifications in order to extend financing to the buyer, typically identified during the lender’s appraisal, then those repairs or certifications must be undertaken in order for the buyer to get financing. For vacant or foreclosed homes, the city of residence might require certain repairs or installations in order to grant an occupancy permit. But as far as mandatory fixes required after a home inspection, that is completely up to the buyer and the seller. If an agreement can’t be reached, the buyer can withdraw their offer.