When our daughter graduated from college, she decided to buy a house. I felt like she might not be ready for that step, but she said she was wasting money by renting. She wanted to invest, instead of throw her money away. The reason why I thought she wasn’t ready though was because she was in a rush to get a place and didn’t think things through. She didn’t even really know what to look for exactly when it came to finding the home that was right for her. At least she had the home that she ended up getting inspected. When her mother and I checked it out for the first time, I thought she could have gotten a much nicer place. She was saying that she couldn’t pass up on such a great deal though. I noticed there was mold in the basement, the HVAC unit seemed incredibly old, the air quality was bad and it was humid in the place. I told her that she needed to get a dehumidifier, an air purification system, and she really needed to call the HVAC company to have her HVAC looked at. Before I knew it, she was calling me up asking me if I could help her afford a new HVAC unit. She said that the HVAC company said her HVAC machine was basically shot and needed a lot of work. They said it wasn’t worth the cost to repair it and she would be better off buying a new HVAC unit. It was just as I thought, she rushed into the sale and didn’t think about this type of problem. At least it was a lesson she would remember.