Asked by John, 38310 • Wed Jul 22, 2009
We are looking at a stone house that is described as a 'handyman special' with a long vertical crack that runs through several of the stones in the back of the house. The house needs a new roof, windows, wiring and quite possibly plumbing repairs, as it has sat vacant for at least a year. That is only what we can see, and who knows the condition of the roofing studs underneath, along with other unseen issues. The interior of the house is charming, never have been the victim of a bad 'remuddling' job as is so common in other houses we have looked at. The owner says to make an offer. How would we know how much to offer, considering there is no way to see the problems which may be underneath, which we wouldn't find out about until the contractor uncovers them?
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