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Subject: New Home Owner Question Date: 12/17/1999 7:31 PM
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After my offer on my house was accepted I had the house inspected. Everything went well and I moved into my first house. After a couple of weeks I noticed that the floor seems to have a high spot in one bedroom and goes down as I walk across the living room. I discussed this with a woman who has 15 years in the constuction industry. She came over and gave my house a top to bottom inspection. She found nothing wrong with the house. In fact, she said it was a well maintained house and in good condition. Has anyone in Fooldom heard of this? I really like my house besides this "problem" with the floor. Any feedback would be appreciated.
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