Home warranties require some homework
GRAND FORKS, N.D. – When Mark Veitenheimer purchased his home here in 2012, he considered the home warranty provided by the seller as little more than a few pages in a mountain of closing paperwork.
He didn’t expect to actually ever use the policy, though he was a little concerned that the furnace was as old as the 1964 home.
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