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As someone with a relatively newer house (1930s), and have experience in dealing with issues of an 1800s home (my grandmother's), there are a few things to consider which can dramatically affect your annual expenses: When (if ever) were the following replaced or upgraded: Attic insulation Wall insulation Heating system Air conditioning (if present) Roof ...


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Given the house in good condition and has had electric and plumbing done in the past 20 years then I would say that your average maintenance costs would be about 1.5 times a newer home - I would increase this a bit if plumbing/electric were unknown and if walls are plaster. You will pay your professionals a little more and it will take them more time to do ...



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