Septic inspections are no longer requires during a home sale, but can save both the buyer and seller money and headaches down the road.

A septic contractor will be able to give you an honest and thorough assessment of your septic system and help you best understand what condition it is in. The septic professional will typically have a list of steps that he follows to ensure that your system is thoroughly inspected.

Despite the lack of existing requirements for point of sale septic tank inspections, a septic inspection is something you’ll want to be sure you get prior to making a final decision on a potential home for you and your family. While some lenders may require this inspection in order to finance your new home, some do not. Here are a few reasons that you’ll want to make sure you get a copy of a recent inspection or have your own done prior to purchasing a home:

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