You said "looking at the home" are you looking on your own, or are you represented by a buyers agent?
If not, I can help you see suitable properties and am also qualified to tell you exactly what condition any home is in, and to advise you when there are problems you should run from.
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Rodney Mason, NMLS #151088
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Might be a floating slab, but might be movement. French drains are used as needed, foundation drains are common, sump pumps infrequent and rare with slabs. I would recommend a home inspection - GA has heavy clay soils and poor drainage, moisure is a constant concern and proper construction, surface water control and regular monitoring is critical. If this is a stucco home that's something else to think about -
What is your agent saying?
If you need a recommendation, please call or e-mail me and I'd be happy to help you out.
Kathy Morrison, Realtor
Team Realty Group