We had a great experience on our prior home. The seller was a structural engineer. He took immaculate care of the house; in fact, he walked me through the house and showed me many things he tore our and redid better than the original build. He had also prepared a binder containing all the install dates, receipts, manuals, etc. for the major appliances.
I still hired an inspector, and he the only issue he found was a loose ductwork connection in the attic. I told him not to even put it on his report.
NRA Endowment Life Member; ISRA Member
“Have we reached the ultimate state of absurdity where some people are held responsible for things that happened before they were born, while other people are not held responsible for that they themselves are doing today?” ― Thomas Sowell
I'll hear what their response is, and probably run. I may be done dealing with this area, overpriced and, sadly, filled with crooks. If you're not connected through family or someone you grew up with, you have a target on your back. It's a real, "You ain't from around here" attitude.
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I would go to hotpads.com and plug in the number of bedrooms, bathrooms, etc and look in the area of the map you are interested in living.
I have read that 80 percent of the houses are searched over the internet.
"Donald Trump is the grizzly bear in The Revenant. If you get his attention, he’ll be awake, bite your face off, and sit on you.".. Newt Gingrich.
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