Hi, We are looking at a home built in the early '20s. The owners have lived there over 40 years and have maintained the house in excellent condition. During my home inspection, the inspector pointed out that the boiler pipes are covered in corrugated asbestos. It seems to have some kind of white covering that is stiff. He said we should wrap it, especially the ends. Will this wreck my VA appraisal? This, and a tiny bit of peeling paint on exterior wood (which I have a painter that can fix in one day), are the only things that worry me about this deal. The house is a brick colonial, so this paint issue is minimal on some trim and a couple of window frames. Anyhow, is the asbestos pipe wrapping a big deal? It looks like mint condition - no flakes, tears, rips, etc. Thanks!