I'm sure everyone that's bought a house from a previous home owner has wandered into a few gremlins and patches that there's no way in hell you would have ever slapped together yourself. Here is room to vent. I'll start.
I can understand all the nails and nail holes in the wall. They must have been very impressed with The Louvre and wanted to bring it home with them. I can understand some loose doorknobs and loose cabinet handles, the house was only built 3 years ago. A walk through the house with a screw driver fixed that. Blowing out the (only) outlet in the garage, ok... maybe they tried to jump their car from the wall socket?
But the back door... the trim around the window is held on with giant rounded broad head screws. No paint. No filler. Not even in straight. Just thrown in there to hold it together. And they're rusty.
Side story: When we moved in we were hanging out around a campfire at the neighbors and found out our house had been broken into. Only house on the block with any kind of criminal activity. But the previous owner bought, then got orders out, then rented. While the renters lived there the house was "broken into" twice. Each time only their big screen TV was stolen. Insured paid out. End of story.
Well I found out how "They" got in. They pushed in the glass on the back door. And the trim was just screwed back up. So I got some wood filler, and some finishing nails, and some white paint to do it right.
Except there's no wood on my back door. It's insulated with a metal shell. And the trim is plastic. And the plastic is broken. That's why they drilled holes in the metal door with giant ugly metal screws. Cause they were to fucking cheap to get a $50 piece of plastic trim.
Now I need to return $35 worth of wood repair shit and track down some stupid ass plastic trim before my hack job back door falls apart. Or someone breaks into my house with a gerber.
Alright, I feel better. Your turn.