My wife and I are in the process of buying a 1932 Tudor style home. When we went with the inspector we were shocked to find that the second floor sink was leaking and the plaster ceiling and walls of the first floor dining room were damaged as well as the drywalled ceiling in the basement. The owners insurance company is tellling us the damage was not very bad. We have reservations and believe that a very thorough inspection should be done of the ceilings and floors and the plaster should be replaced not scraped and repainted as they have suggested. what do you think. Is it possible to know the damage done underneath the floor tiles in the bathroom without a good inspection?