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In our ongoing series about buying a historic home, we've covered how to find a historic house, determine its architectural style, and finance the cost. Today we're on to the next step in the process -- how to inspect the house to make sure it is in good condition.
Of course, a professional inspection -- which will cover many of these same areas, but with greater depth and accuracy -- is necessary once you move from looking to buying, but knowing what to look for while you're shopping around can help you make your decision.
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