Historic home or money pit?

Historic home or money pit?

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Historic home or money pit?
Historic home or money pit?

If you're flirting with the idea of buying and renovating an historic home, make sure to hire individual inspectors to assess potentially expensive problems with the roof, plumbing, electrical system or foundation.  A "whole house" inspector may be sufficient when buying a newer home, but you need true experts to avoid potentially expensive surprises in older homes.

Here are 10 tips on what to look out for.

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