Welcome back to Question & Answer on Frequently asked Septic System Questions.This is Russ Dubois with Bold Moves Real Estate and owner of Parkside Excavation.

QUESTION:I have lived in my home for a long period of

time and have never experience any problems with my septic

system. WHY DO I NEED TO HAVE IT INSPECTED?

ANSWER: The reason for inspections, even though you have not had any problems,

is to protect the interest of a prospective  buyer &  their financing bank. In years before

TITLE V, people have purchased homes not knowing that there could be a potential

future septic failure. After living in their new home for a few months they discover the septic system is backing up into their home. This becomes a seriously expensive problem for someone who has just purchased one of the biggest investments in their life.

 

 

Wouldn’t you like to work with a professional REALTOR that is knowledgeable in TITLE V issues, ESPECIALLY IN THESE TRICKY TIMES!!

 

Russell M. Dubois: (508)326-8713

Rdubois@boldmovesrealestate.com

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One Response to Russ Dubois answers Frequently Asked Title V Questions

  1. septic says:

    In addition to protecting a buyer, if a seller has an existing, failed septic system, it’s his/her responsibility to repair or replace the system or leach field so as to protect the environment from the harsh pollutants and biohazards which a properly working septic system will treat and render harmless.

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