We're looking into purchasing a 1-story house in Northern California that was built on a concrete slab foundation. There's a lot of sloping of the floor, especially in the kitchen and family room. Some walls have minor cracks on them (going up the entire wall) but it seems to be only in the drywall (from what we can see).
One person says that because of the sloping and the cracks, the foundation may be slipping. Someone ELSE says that this is normal for the area and pretty much all the houses are on concrete slab and they slope, so it's not a big deal.
Who's right? Is this something we don't need to worry about (i.e., the house isn't going to eventually collapse)? And if so, is it easy to fix the sloping? Or is this a huge problem and we should stay away?
Thanks so much in advance! :)