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I found it rather interesting to find the following article about going about selling a home with foundation repair issues.  That's every home owners fear I think, which is to find a home, live in it for a few years then realize the slab is slowly falling apart.

What's interesting is the bigger question, which is, should you fix the foundation before selling?

“Foundation problems.” Those two words are enough to make homeowners quiver and home buyers run screaming. The foundation, after all, is the base of a house, and when something goes wrong with it, problems with everything built on top often follow. From cracked walls to sagging porches, the complications from a faulty foundation can be significant. But they're not always as bad as they seem, nor do they have to be a deal breaker.

So, how do you go about selling a home with foundation problems? Here's what experts say.

To repair or not repair a home with foundation problems?

The big dilemma most homeowners face is if it's worth it to fix foundation problems before the house is put on the market. Unfortunately the answer is not so cut and dried.

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Next you'll have to ask yourself….is your foundation even damaged?

The following article talks about 5 questions you can literally ask yourself to answer that question:

Does Your House Have Foundation Problems? Ask Yourself These 5 Questions

Does your house have foundation problems? Whether you're a homeowner or just sizing up a home to buy, a faulty foundation can be dangerous—and expensive.

Fortunately, though, that's not always the case.

“Most problems can be fixed, says Frank Lesh, executive director of the American Society of Home Inspectors. “Even a bad crack doesn't mean you have to tear down the house.”

So if you have that sinking feeling about your home, ask yourself these five questions to determine if you have a serious problem on your hands.

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