My landlord has agreed to sell me the house my family has lived in for the past four years. I already made clear I would buy the place as-is, but I’m wondering if I should have an inspector look at the place in case there are any deal-breaking problems. The thing is I’ve lived here long enough I don’t believe there’s anything seriously wrong with it. The house is very small (575 sf) and pretty simple. About half of it was built in 1925 and the other half, as far as I can deduce, was built in the 70s/80s. An electrical service change was done in 2019. The furnace and water heater were installed in 2018. The plumbing is copper/galvanized steel and the house is so close to the municipal sewer line that I can see about 80% of the sewer pipe in the crawlspace, which appears to be in good shape. There are a few cracks in the walls that haven’t advanced since we moved in. The landlord told me there may be termite damage, and I can tell from marks on the outside of the house that a termite treatment was done at some point, but we’ve had upwards of 2 feet of snow on the roof and nothing’s caved in. So again, I feel like I know the house pretty good and it’s plenty livable. In any case I’m willing to undertake plenty of repairs given this is really our only option for a SFH within hours of our kids’ grandparents and cousins. TIA.