Would you worry about this sloping floor?
We have a mid 60s raised ranch. The second floor hangs over the bottom level a few feet. The interior floors slope slightly out on this overhang. It is hard to tell the exact pitch, since there is carpet on the floors and who knows what else could be under it that. DH is reluctant to pull back carpet and have a look see. If there is nothing under the carpet, I would estimate the difference from where the floor is level to the outside wall where it slopes to be less than .5 of an inch. From the exterior it does not appear that anything is out of plumb. There are no other structural problems that I can see.
DH thinks we should have the sub floors leveled before we refinish the floors. Our desired method for this would be to shim the sub floor. I don't think the current sloping is significant enough to merit pulling up over 60 SF of hardwood floors and then having it blended to match the rest of the floor. The floors are in two bedrooms.
What would you do? We have talked to a few flooring installers, and leveling the sub floor would not be in their scope.
FWIW, we are having the house resided in July. Would it be possible to resolve the sloping from the bottom of the overhang while the soffit is off? Our siding installer does full remodels, so it might be something they could handle.