I have lived in my current home for 370 days. Since I moved in I hadn't really had an issues. I repainted the entire house and filled in some very small cracks around a couple of closet doors. Fast-forward to today: I now have multiple doors that will not close, they catch in the top middle. Cracks (some as long as 30 inches) on the interior walls and the exterior windows and doors have cracks that have moved up on one side and down on the other. Nails are starting to show everywhere in the house. In the kitchen, cabinets on the exterior walls have pulled away from the wall so far at the top I can slide my fingers behind them. I also noticed today that the sheet-rock is bowing away from the studs on one of the exterior walls in the kitchen. Three of the brick exterior walls have 6+ foot long cracks through the brick and mortar. The deadbolt for my carport door began to stick yesterday making it hard to latch. I removed the plate and adjusted it up since it wasn't very centered. I was able to open and close the bolt without any problems. I go to leave a few hours later and its sticking again. Repeated above process, latch door and leave. When I got home I could barley get the latch to turn with the key. I am noticing cracks either appear or existing ones widen or shift up/down daily. The house was built in 1978. It a crawlspace foundation with a center peered span that supports the whole house (the main span is 50ft). How bad is this going to get? My dad is telling me that it is normal for houses to settle but it's 33yrs old...how much more can it go and should it be happening with such a rapid pace? Thanks!