The big risks in buying a house sight unseen

Econ & Housing

Patchogue, N.Y.: A home for sale, under contract, on Center Street in Patchogue, New York on May 17, 2022.Steve Pfost | Newsday | Getty ImagesIn many areas of the country, homes continue to sell even as rising mortgage rates, high prices and recessionary concerns filter through economy. During the recent real estate boom, the urgency…

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