When he came back to us, he told me he was done looking
My husband were house hunting, and the first thing he asked when we walked into a house was, if the realtor could tell him anything about the HVAC system. Most of the time, the realtor had a packet of information for us, and it gave information on everything from the appliances to the HVAC system, to the sewer. We were in one house that looked to be in a state of disrepair. We thought it could be the perfect house for us to purchase as a fixer-upper, if the HVAC system was in good shape. As long as we had a working HVAC system for the first five years, we would be happy. There was no information packet, and the realtor knew nothing about the house. She called the realtor that listed the house, and she said it was a phone in listing. The people lived out of state, and gave her all the information over the phone. My husband asked if he could look around the house on his own. He went into the attic, the basement, and the garage. He couldn’t find even a hint of HVAC. When he came back to us, he told me he was done looking. It looked to him, like the owners had taken everything out of the house, except the wiring, and some of that had been stripped from the house. He said he was done looking and we would resume looking when winter was over. The realtor must have done her own investigation, because she called the next day and apologized for taking us to the house.