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Whenever purchasing anything it is "buyer beware". Having said that this means you need to do your homework.Investigate the neighborhood, talk with the neighbors, check the tax records, review surveys, etc. As for the building itself visit the property often and do not be afraid to look in the corners, in the closets, move furniture, and look inside and out. If you see something that does not look right, ask. Do not be shy. Probably the most important thing you can do is to find a good inspector, then follow up on the inspectors recommendations.No house is perfect, not even new ones. If you do your homework you will go into the deal with your eyes open.
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