Be CAREFUL... through experience, i can tell you that if you want to know FOR SURE that the car is ok, don't buy a repainted car... a decent body shop can hide a LOT of damage, and make it look pretty.
I have a CRX that i got not too long ago that was repainted, but i know the guy who repainted it, and he gave me a complete work-up of what was done... the reason for the repaint: He didn't like Y49, and wanted ITR yellow... so thats what it got. He also got rid of the sunroof roof panel, and had them install an HF roof, and also they shaved the rear wiper. All of this repair is visual, and you can tell that it was done right by looking at the back-side. So thats the only reason i'm happy with a painted CRX.
The Restoration project we're doing right now is a story that is more likely to be an issue with most people. Everyone we knew who owned the car that we could talk to was under the impression that the car was perfect... the previous owner painted it white, and we thought the paint under it was absolutely stock. Well.... it had a LOT of previous damage on it. We fixed it all back to 150% better than new, but a lot of work could have been avoided... but at least now we KNOW exactly what is under every square inch of the chassis. But it took a LOT of work to get there.
I'd say look for EVERY sign that it has been repainted... make sure to peel up the trim a bit around the windows, and see if you can see a paint-line there... look at the body molding, and bumpers... a repaint would likely have painted the trim, since body guys are lazy, and most owners are cheap, and won't replace the trim with new stuff just to paint it... nor will they take the time to remove the peices... and since ht trim isn't removable on the bumpers, most body shops don't want to mask off the trim. Look at the mirrors... look in the fender wells for overspray. There are a lot of hints that you can find.
But bottom line, it depends on how patient you are, and how much you trust the work that was done... and unless you PHYSICALLY saw all of the work being done on the body by the previous owner, i wouldn't trust it without spending most of a day going over the car with a body magnet over every square inch of the car...
But... just my opinion... lol.