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Moberly, MO

March 15, 2008
2:34 PM

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Some of us live on farms, others (like me) are still drooling over the notion.

When it's time to make the purchase, what's the best way to not get duped?

I don't want to get stuck with a place that's riddled with coal mine shafts, a polluted water table, ridiculously restrictive building codes, thin topsoil, etc.

Before property can be bought, how much is a person allowed to scope out a place?

Is the seller going to completely disclose any problems with the property? Legally, does he/she have to?

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