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This house on Jackson Avenue in Seaford sits on a canal and was flooded with three feet of water during superstorm Sandy. (April 18, 2013)(Credit: Newsday / Audrey C. Tiernan)

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Sandy-damaged homes for sale on Long Island

Buying a house that was flooded when Sandy swept over Long Island adds a lot of layers to the process, and house hunters need to do more research, and in some cases pay a little more money to make sure they know exactly what they're getting.

Buyers should be sure to get a thorough inspection, expect financing issues and beware of hidden costs.

Here are some of the Sandy-damaged homes for sale on Long Island.