In some countries, more and more people are becoming interested in finding out about the history of the house or building they live in. What are the reasons for this? How can people research this?

In some nations, the number of
people
interested in discovering related to the origins of the
house
or building they live in
are
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becoming
increased
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. There are two main causes, building safety and the value of
building
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the building
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. possible means for researching are providing
information
from
city
planners
and
neighbors
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. Perhaps the major factor is that they tend to know whether the building is safe or not. Simply put, if a long time has passed since a
house
was built, it is possible that the materials used in the
house
are outdated.
Therefore
, not only is
this
building unsafe but it
also
costs extra to renovation.
Additionally
, the more a building is old, the more has value.
Thus
, when purchasing an old building,
people
can acquire profit when selling it. Providing
information
from
City
planners
and
neighbors
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might be the most important way for
people
. Since
information
related to every building has been registered ۹ they live in because
of
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they tend to have
safe
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house
and valuable building.
City
planners
and
neighbors
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neighbours

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are able to provide
the
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information
about the history of
building
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. In conclusion,
people
are reluctant about the origins of the building they live in because
of
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they tend to have
safe
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a safe

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house
and valuable building.
City
planners
and
neighbors
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neighbours

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are able to provide
the
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apply

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information
about the history of
building
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    • Sentence 3 - Discussion
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