As far as possible issue with water - your first line of defense is to review the Seller's Disclosure. Next, hire a good inspector and highlight your concerns so that he/she can focus in on the issue. Then if there is a problem, you can request remediation from the seller in your inspection discussion.
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By water do you mean the house has had water problems itself like flooding from a hurricane, or after heavy rain or just when a sump pump failed, or that it might be in a flood zone?
Sellers and their agents must disclose any known issues, including if there were water problems regardless of why there was water. Your attorney can find out from FEMA if the home is in a flood zone and requires flood insurance.
Have you had an inspection? If you did, then I would hope the inspector gave you the scope of the water damage and what can be done to mediate the damage.
I would have Serve Pro or like company take a look and give an estimate to you. The look and estimate or free.
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