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  • Hi Freedom!

    First of all I would have to agree with PaulFay, make sure the  value of the property is adequately adjusted to reflect the dry rot affecting the property.

    However, as this is not my area of expertise, if this were myself I would definitely look to get a Building Surveyor to carry out a survey of the property prior to purchase to determine the full scale of the dry rot, the potential cost for remediation and their advise regarding purchase. When it comes to matters like this I always find that seeking professional advise - though costly - can save quite a bit in the long run!

    Hope this helps.

    Rob

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