Movin, storm damaged boats are always a possibility anywhere there has been a hurricane
come through. Some have been repaired properly, some have been repaired improperly, some have not been repaired, you have to look at each boat individually, whether it has been damaged or not. There are good boats out there and sometimes they are easy to find, and sometimes it takes a while to find one.
Don't rely too heavily on photos on the listing spec sheet, they may look good but sometimes don't tell the whole picture, and sometimes they are old. It's best to walk through the boats yourself, and look everywhere....and if it looks good to you, then it may be the right one to make and offer on and if accepted, have a survey
The bottom line is that if the boat was damaged and has been repaired properly, it should be hard to tell that it has been repaired, and it will be as strong or stronger than original.
Even if the boat has not been storm damaged, it can be a POS that hasn't been maintained (it's not just storm damaged boats that can be a problem).