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  1. You have to check the tendency of the walls.
    And the bias has allowed standard deviations.
    Up to 0.5-0.75 inches most often do not touch.
    If more than that then usually requires external intervention such as the alignment and reinforcement of walls.

    It is important to remember that in cold places like Chicago — for several months of the year you have a ton of snow leaning against the walls…

    Some movement of elements is natural and there is not necessarily something to get excited about…

  2. You do not do Inspection before closing? If so, the inspector should tell you what causes the cracks in the walls. If you have not planned, you should do according to what you determined it is a displacement of elements? If it's an old house and there was such a shift, it happened years ago and the municipality has already seen it sometime. You can try whitewashing it (like a good Israeli) so as not to do the full renovation but note that this is the US and you may be exposed to a lawsuit from the next buyer who will find out you have hidden something from him. It may cost you dearly.
    A roof must usually be issued to replace a roof.

  3. Type in google
    foundation repair
    And the area where you are located and determine with someone to check if there is a problem with the basics. In the area where I am located this service is free. What about Inspector?
    I would take a professional informator who I can trust and ask him all the questions