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Monday, August 21, 2006

Psychological Defects?

Stjameshotel The New York Times has an engaging article on home buyers who regret not asking whether anyone died in the house they purchased.  Ah, latent and patent defects.  This may be part of a post I'm planning as we get closer to Halloween....

Hat Tip: Carl Christensen.

The image of the St. James Hotel in Selma--which looks like it might be haunted! and is rumored to be (nice article from the Selma Times-Journal, one of our nation's oldest newspapers)--comes from our friends at the Library of Congress' Historic Buildings Survey, conducted during the 1930s.  Check out their website for some great photographs.  They're a source I often use when looking for public domain illustrations for propertyprof entries.

Alfred L. Brophy

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