Does the building of my home have many more years to last?

My home was built in 1995. Based on the information I have on my home the building is of stucco material and has been recently tax assessed around 500k-600k for the building alone and not including the land. I live in Honolulu so we don’t have to deal with snow or extreme weather. Not sure if that contributes to the lifespan of the building. I know maintenance is required but we don’t do upkeeps that often as some people who will spend thousands of dollars a year to continuously make improvements on their homes.

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  • 10 months ago
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    My place is over 100 years old and will last another 100.

    Many houses in Europe are close to 200 years old or older.

  • 10 months ago

    Look at its condition. It isn't slipping into the ocean, is it?

  • 10 months ago

    If built well it should last a lot longer..

  • 10 months ago

    in my area there are many buildings from the 1950s or earlier...if you maintain it, should last at least 100 years

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  • 10 months ago

    Should have probably a hundred years left or so.

    Tax assessment includes the land and all improvements (the buildings).

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    10 months ago

    Yes.  Most homes last much longer than 25 years.  My wife and I currently live in a home built in the mid 1970s.   Besides roof replacement (due to hail damage) we have had no major repairs.

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