By Aaron Crowe of HSH.com

No house is perfect. No matter how hard you look or how many homes your real-estate agent shows you, getting everything you want when buying a home — and getting it in perfect condition — is impossible.

If you’ve ever toured homes for sale or watched hard-to-please homebuyers on HGTV’s “House Hunters,” you know there are always kitchen cabinets that are outdated, pink walls to be repainted or bathroom wallpaper that looks 100 years old.

After shopping around for the lowest mortgage rates, you don’t want to walk away from a house you like because it needs a few minor repairs, real-estate experts say. The price of the repairs should be factored into what you’re paying for the home, and mortgage lenders can help you pull money out of a home sale.

So before you decide to cross a house off your list, here are eight minor home flaws that shouldn’t deter you from buying a home.

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