Comment 29287

By not gullible (anonymous) | Posted March 04, 2009 at 00:10:05

If the author hopes to make a healthy profit from selling a substandand house, I pity the poor foll that falls for the sales pitch. Sorry, no sympathy. As long as the audit just indicates deficiencies, and does not force someone without the means to fix them, then at least everyone knows the current status of the building, and afair price can be negotiated from there.

Trying to get more than what you deserve is a big part of why the whole economy has gone down the toilet in the last year. Learn anything?

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